Keyword: McKinsey and Co.
With the accelerated adoption of telehealth, $250 billion in current U.S. healthcare spend could be done virtually, according to a McKinsey analysis.
Healthcare is a good industry for women to work in, but barriers remain for those seeking to reach the C-suite—especially for women of color.
Children's hospitals looking to build the scale needed to survive could try a "New Switzerland" model that emphasizes beneficial partnerships.
Under an ACA replacement plan floated by Republicans, states would see drastic reductions in their federal funding as well as the number of insured residents.
As efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act ramp up, health policy experts are weighing in on the possible impacts of replacement plans.
Despite the widespread proliferation of patient data, healthcare still has a long way to go before realizing the full potential of analytics.
Premiums for all tiers of ACA exchange products, from ‘catastrophic’ to ‘platinum’ will increase at greater rates than either of the two previous years.
Continued financial struggles for insurers that participate on exchange markets will alter the composition of health plans available on insurance exchanges in 2017.