Biography for Alicia Caramenico
Alicia Caramenico is the senior editor of FierceHealthPayer and its related publications. Before joining FierceMarkets, she was a web production/multimedia intern at the non-profit Education Week. For almost two years she worked as a publications intern at RiskMetrics Group, a risk management and corporate governance firm in Rockville, Md. Alicia holds a B.A. in print journalism from American University in Washington, D.C. She enjoys reading and playing with her English bulldog. Alicia can be reached at email@example.com. Follow @FierceHealth and @HealthPayer on Twitter and find her on LinkedIn.
Articles by Alicia Caramenico
The healthcare system is broken; to fix it we need of a new way of thinking about care delivery, healthcare industry experts said Friday at a briefing from the nonpartisan Alliance for Health Reform in the District of Columbia. The patient-centered medical home offers that opportunity.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has found herself at the center of the controversy surrounding the beleaguered rollout of the insurance exchanges. With some GOP members calling for her resignation, is her job safe?
The Obama administration on Thursday said 700,000 people have completed applications to begin shopping for insurance through the new online marketplaces, Kaiser Health News reported.
Two contractors played the Healthcare.gov blame game yesterday in testimony to a congressional committee, while the Obama administration's damage control efforts have created a pricing problem with the website.
The False Claims Act returned $20 for every $1 invested in healthcare fraud cases, according to a new report from the Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund.
More problems lie ahead for the new insurance marketplaces as many hospitals and physicians don't know which exchange plans include them in their provider networks and will pay them for services, Kaiser Health News and The Texas Tribune reported.
President Barack Obama said there's no excuse for the health exchange glitches and explained how consumers can bypass the HealthCare.gov website to sign up for coverage while his team fixes the technical problems.
While the bipartisan deal last week ended the government shutdown and the left healthcare reform unharmed, Republicans intend to capitalize on health exchange glitches for the 2014 congressional elections, the Associated Press reported.