UnitedHealthcare has unveiled a new program that offers personalized concierge services to its Medicare Advantage members.
The American Medical Association wants payers to cover genetic tests and precision medicine more consistently.
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The leader of the largest trade group for Medicaid health plans wants states to think twice before enacting work requirements.
A group of pharmacies, health plans and PBMs has offered suggestions for the Trump administration on how to combat the opioid epidemic.
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As cheaper genetic testing technology emerges, payers will have an opportunity to be more selective when authorizing treatment payouts, a report says.
A new Medicaid policy will allow states to design programs that would increase access to substance abuse treatment options.
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WASHINGTON—Sylvia Mathews Burwell says the key to healthcare reform is recognizing the system is both "complex and simple."
WellCare says it has achieved promising results from a pilot program aimed at reducing abuse and misuse of opioids.
It’s not every day that the CEO of a startup insurer decides to join the board of the largest physician-owned radiology practice in the country.