Opinion: Why Obamacare is so difficult to repeal January 23, 2017 By Devon Herrick PhD Care for the poor and sick is costly; someone has to pay for it. Six things to know: How health execs might benefit from Trump’s plans January 16, 2017 By Karen Appold Experts discuss how managed healthcare executives might benefit from the ACA repeal and other healthcare reforms. The healthcare industry trend that won’t change with Trump January 05, 2017 By Joe Guerriero As stakeholders anxiously await the impact of a Trump administration agenda, there is at least one safe bet that all can make. Presidential election: 4 things managed care should watch July 30, 2016 By Karen Appold As the 2016 presidential election approaches, analysts and experts are advising healthcare executives to watch and monitor certain issues. Eight changes that would improve the ACA June 06, 2016 By Tracey Walker The ACA has done a lot of good, but key opinion leaders believe there’s still room for improvement. Six characteristics of continuum-centered care models May 22, 2016 By Bob Teague The combination of unsustainable healthcare spending and the rapid growth of value-based reimbursement revenue models is driving the shift to patient-centered care across the continuum—or continuum-centered care. Launching a successful ACO: 5 critical steps Launching a successful accountable care organization is not easy. Here are some tips from David Swieskowski, MD, MBA, president and chief accountable care officer at Mercy ACO. The funding shortfall that's putting health plans out of business November 10, 2015 By Harry Nelson The risk corridor program was intended to subsidize losses for care for expensive new patients brought in by the ACA, but it's not matching up to reality. Are you complying with ACA coverage requirements? A recent report claims that many insurers are failing to comply with ACA coverage requirements. Here are some of the key requirements to pay attention to. The countdown to King v. Burwell June 18, 2015 By Stuart M. Gerson Any day now, the Supreme Court will decide the highly anticipated King v. Burwell, which will determine the viability of a central mechanism of the Affordable Care Act.