Topic: Chronic Conditions
A new study offers a sobering glimpse of the costs to patients and the healthcare system when patients with chronic diseases experience coverage gaps.
While Congress is taking steps to curb opioid use, one group is pushing insurers to cover nonmedication pain management treatments.
A growing cadre of nurse practitioners are participating in residency programs, tacking on up to a year of clinical and other training.
BCBS Minnesota has named a new president and CEO, and Molina Healthcare is selling its Medicaid management information systems business.
Kenneth Thorpe discusses what Congress and private companies are doing to combat Alzheimer's disease and how a cure could save trillions.
CMS is on the hunt for a newly created chief health informatics officer, a position one official calls "kind of a big deal."
A Colorado woman who stole more than $570,000 from her sister’s medical practice was sentenced to serve 90 days in jail and more news.
Panelists at the 2018 AHIP Institute & Expo in San Diego say much more can be done to prevent costly chronic diseases.
The "broken" drug pricing system in the U.S. is forcing some patients to make decisions that can negatively impact their health, experts warn.
Noteworthy topics covered at AHIP 2018 will include innovations in digital healthcare and practical strategies for addressing chronic conditions.