Keyword: American Journal of Managed Care
HHS' Azar said that the agency is planning more actions to lower drug prices, plus more healthcare finance news.
A new study suggests persistent intervention may help stem inappropriate antibiotic prescriptions.
Better education and outreach from providers on price transparency tools could increase their use, according to a new study.
Ten groups are asking HHS Secretary Tom Price to expand options under MACRA for physicians to include advanced APMs that are part of Medicare Advantage plans.
It should come as no surprise that primary care physicians can accurately predict the likelihood their patients will end up in the hospital.
The healthcare industry could tackle the physician shortage by expanding pharmacists' scope of practice, according to a new study.
Researchers are calling on health leaders to broaden data collection efforts in order to close gaps in population health management.
Health Care Service Corporation had a simple goal: Create a medication adherence program that is as unique as each individual.
The transformation required of healthcare practices seeking to improve care quality while containing costs could benefit from the application of "lean" management thinking.
A new study finds cost-saving opportunities in partnerships between insurers and physicians designed to improve care coordination and boost efficiencies.