reimbursements

Remember When: The $4 generics battle was in full swing
Remember When: The $4 generics battle was in full swingBelow-cost reimbursements still a concern for pharmacists.
Three reimbursement changes to watch in 2017
Three reimbursement changes to watch in 2017CMS is adding, dropping, and expanding payment rules
Below-cost Rxs: One state just says noStarting in July, a new law in Mississippi will allow a pharmacy to refuse to provide drugs or services if it is not paid more than acquisition cost.
Measuring payer, provider progress in the move to valueIn the move to value-based care, there have been surprises and disruptions for payers and providers alike. In this Q&A, an expert shares where we are now.
Study: Impact of pay-for-performance incentives in ACOsA new study of a pediatric ACO serving approximately 300,000 Medicaid-eligible children in Ohio evaluated whether financial incentives influence physician behavior.
Experts predict reimbursement changes for 2016What reimbursement changes can healthcare executives expect in 2016? Three experts weigh in.
Making the argument for patient-centered medical homesThe idea of converting my practice into a patient-centered medical home (PCMH) came into focus as we, like many, struggled with flattening reimbursements, limited time with patients, and a payment system that rewards volume rather than value. We’ve embraced PCMH not just as a stepping stone towards payment transformation but as a noble recasting of our essential care delivery model.
Healthcare systems require better clinical reference toolsTime to answer might seem like a small feature on a remote island of healthcare data systems, but it's a linchpin of software usability for daily patient encounters.
Top trends in diabetes management
Top trends in diabetes managementAs the number of people with diabetes in the U.S. continues to climb, plans and integrated health systems are employing personalized strategies to help manage the disease.
New York law sets standard for transparencyA new healthcare cost transparency law in New York State created to protect consumers requires insurers to publish clear information about health plan rules.