As the Senate debates and amends its Obamacare replacement bill projected to leave 22 million without insurance, a new report found that those with insurance live longer than the uninsured.
Having orchestrated millions of dollars in savings in the supply chain, a group of 10 hospitals in Kentucky is now turning their attention to a larger challenge: managing population health.
MAP Health Management's new software leverages IBM Watson's cognitive computing engine to help prevent relapses after patients have received substance abuse and addiction treatment.
How this Houston-based health system acquired new skills to tackle population health
How provider organizations can leverage MACRA to foster greater collaboration, to enhance care delivery, and improve population health management strategies.
With the spur of technology advances and changing market conditions, customers often begin to drive transformation from the outside in. Healthcare organizations must fundamentally reimagine the relationships they have with their customers, so they can design the experiences customers want and need.
A small but growing minority of health systems are linking executive pay to population health measures. The group is sure to expand as more health systems gravitate toward emerging value-based models and risk contracts.
Thanks to increased operating expenses, Cerner saw a drop in net earnings in the fourth quarter of the year, the company reported in an earnings call Thursday.
Arizona and Texas officials hope the Trump administration will be more receptive to Medicaid waivers that would fund care for the uninsured, impose work requirements and place a life cap on enrollment.
The insights generated from the 2016 Consumer Priorities in Health Care Survey paint a detailed picture of what matters most to health care consumers.
As value-based care becomes the norm, organizations must rethink how they source analytics technologies to protect their investments and get the most from their services that utilize data-driven insights.
Inspiration for a medical device that could assist doctors in diagnosing malaria in remote locations has come from an unlikely place —a children's toy.