Health systems are seeking payment increases to shore up finances that have been hit hard by COVID-19 and rising labor costs. We identified key considerations for insurers as they enter these negotiations.
Omnichannel care is here to stay, forcing health systems to keep pace with a variety of consumer-centric competitors. We’ve identified three approaches health systems can take to ensure their technology stack is built for success.
The increased need for behavioral healthcare is putting pressure on a system that is ill-prepared to deal with an influx of patients.
Some therapeutic sectors saw their compound annual growth rate drop 10% or more, deviating from long-term trends. Sales should return to normal growth trajectories as backlogs in procedures continue to clear out.
The spike in virtual care over the past two years opens the door for healthcare organizations to improve the payment journey.
New standards for data interoperability could redefine the value proposition for payers, providers, and patients.
Using health IT to tackle health equity and opening multiple front doors for patients were a couple of themes that emerged at three big health conferences.
As the Biden administration leans into the Cancer Moonshot 2.0, the life sciences industry has the opportunity to launch a new era of precision oncology. How can we accelerate progress toward truly personalized medicine and revolutionize cancer care?
CMS released the next evolution of Direct Contracting, boosting the program’s attractiveness and its focus on health equity, as well as scrapping the Geo program.
Rather than working in silos, software engineers should be embedded alongside the security experts. Start with the security element.