Four tech trends in healthcare in 2017 February 06, 2017 By Aine Cryts Several changes and transitions will have a huge impact on health IT in 2017 and in future years. Top four healthcare industry changes to watch in 2017 February 03, 2017 By Karen Appold In order to survive as a managed care organization, it’s important to stay on top of policy changes and reimbursement trends. What health execs should watch: 2017 Supreme Court cases Decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court can have a huge impact on the healthcare industry. This year is no different. Three reasons telemedicine will grow in 2017 January 18, 2017 By Ralph C. Derrickson Technology, and specifically telemedicine, has an enormous role to play in improvements to clinical work flows, care coordination, and long-term health outcomes. Top pharmacy challenges of 2017 December 28, 2016 By Mari Edlin High drug prices continue to plague payers, but various contributing factors intensify the problem. Top managed care trends to watch in 2017 Here’s what managed healthcare executives should keep an eye on moving into the new year. Four ways demand for healthcare data will grow in 2017 December 09, 2016 By Rick Ingraham “Repeal and replace” or “replace and improve” activities on The Hill, though not “business as usual,” won’t necessary slow down data-driven focus areas in healthcare that will continue in 2017. Seven healthcare industry trends to watch One month into 2016, it’s clear that this will be a year of massive change for the managed care industry. Here are seven predictions for some of the key issues that will emerge, intensify, or be resolved by the end of this year. Opinion: Healthcare industry predictions for 2016 January 25, 2016 By Dean Stephens In this commentary, an industry insider shares his 2016 predictions for healthcare. Do you agree? Health execs predict top 2016 challenges January 19, 2016 By Aubrey Westgate We asked the Managed Healthcare Executive editorial advisory board to predict the biggest challenge healthcare executives will face this year. Here's what they said.