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ACOs support programs that increase value in pediatricsStudy: ACOs can be part of the structure to improve outcomes in children with medical complexity.
Three data-driven practices that boost adherenceHere’s a three-pronged approach to improve adherence program efficiency that leverages predictive data analytics, hospital on-site pharmacies and post discharge follow-up evaluation to achieve real, measurable results.
Payers Can Help with the Joy of MedicinePayers have a direct interest in preserving independent physician practices and helping all physicians regain the Joy of Medicine.
Advanced Analytics Triple Win for PayersThe use of advanced analytics by payers can improve administrative and medical costs, provider satisfaction and member health.
What drives patients to medical tourism destinationsFind out what drives patients to international destinations for treatments and what these destinations provide.
Four critical components for successful, value-based pharma contractsDespite their proliferation, at-risk pharma contracts are still little more than value-based window dressing. Here are four critical components of contracts that can actually move the value meter in the right direction.
Proposed Medicare Part B rule would cut payments for some drugsNew analysis finds proposed Medicare payment changes for physician-administered drugs would reduce reimbursement for those that cost more than $480 per day in 2016. Seven of the 10 drugs that constitute the largest reduction in reimbursement are used to treat cancer.
The best-kept, value-based secret is in your hospital suppliesHow one $1.62 billion healthcare network uses global sourcing to simultaneously improve quality and wring costs out of its purchasing program and supply chain.
Four ways to reduce hospital readmissionsBetter management on several fronts should be able to reduce a hospital’s readmissions, but it requires commitment and attention to detail.
Premium Content Preview | 5 Ways to save your hospital money with better communicationsIn this eBrief we look at why increasing the efficiency of critical test results management (CTRM) is of vital importance for your organization and your patients.