Four things to know: Payers’ biggest ACA repeal concerns January 09, 2017By Karen AppoldExperts discuss four of the biggest concerns managed healthcare executives have about repealing the ACA. Health Execs: Who I respect most in the industry December 13, 2016By Aubrey WestgateIndustry leaders share their sources of inspiration. Payers, providers eye global growth: What execs should know July 30, 2016By Karen AppoldHealth insurers and providers are looking for ways to grow outside of the United States. Here’s a look at some of the tactics that are picking up traction. Four takeaways: California’s 13% exchange premium increase July 28, 2016By Karen AppoldGiven what will occur in California, what should executives be aware of? What does the future hold for exchanges nationwide? Experts weigh in. Several health plans sue government over ACA paymentsSeveral lawsuits have been filed by qualified health plans offering coverage on the Affordable Care Act health insurance exchanges. Top 7 leadership deficiencies in healthcare July 22, 2016By Aubrey WestgateThe Managed Healthcare Executive editorial advisory board says healthcare executives should watch out for these seven leadership deficiencies. Health Execs: How I power down at the end of the day June 21, 2016By Aubrey WestgateWith a high-paced career, it can be difficult to transition from work to home. We asked our editorial advisors to share their secrets. Improving payer, provider dynamics: 4 critical components June 17, 2016By Matthew BriskinThere are four key components at the root of the changing dynamic between payers and providers. Here’s what they are, and what to do about them. M&A outlook for payers and providersA glimpse into the present and future of healthcare industry mergers and acquisitions Opinion: 4 reasons payers need serious tech upgrades April 22, 2016By Craig KastenWhile payers have worked to add technology capabilities along the way, these additions are merely bandages on top of a system that simply isn’t designed to do what the modern world demands.