Ophthalmologist pleads guilty to fraud charges December 10, 2016 By Jolie Higazi Sreedhar Potarazu, MD, an ophthalmologist and entrepreneur from Maryland, recently pled guilty to $30 million in shareholder fraud and and $7.5 million in tax evasion. He was arrested on October 6, 2016. Three healthcare questions to consider as election 2016 approaches October 08, 2016 By Don Hall MPH It’s time to step back and assess how the election could impact the managed care industry. Republican alternative ACA plan: 5 takeaways June 29, 2016 By Tracey Walker Is the republican alternative ACA plan a viable trade-off? Here are some key elements of the plan to consider. Experts assess Trump’s 7-point healthcare plan March 16, 2016 By Tracey Walker We asked industry insiders to detail and analyze each component of Trump’s healthcare plan. Democratic debate: 5 key takeaways for healthcare execs October 14, 2015 By Tracey Walker Five candidates in the campaign for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination took the stage October 13. Here are five key takeaways. 2014 midterm elections: The impact on healthcare reform October 31, 2014 By Rachael Zimlich RN Could a Republican-controlled House and Senate cause a healthcare shakeup? Experts weigh in. Obama backs cuts in Medicare drug payments March 05, 2013 By Jill Wechsler The president’s proposal to cut Medicare drug payments sets off a firestorm.