Topic: Chronic Conditions
CMS has approved a waiver request from Maryland, allowing the state to test several wellness and access projects in its Medicaid program.
The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS is back in business over a year after members either quit or were fired by the Trump administration.
A federal judge issued a stern rebuke to UnitedHealth this week over its coverage denials for people with behavioral health or substance abuse needs.
Bolstering the individual marketplaces could lead to an additional 4 million people gaining coverage, according to the group.
A new report highlights common traits of ACOs that have successfully taken on greater risk.
Health plans can bring valuable insight to clinical teams—but are providers open to such discussions?
UnitedHealthcare announced it will increase the amount of data collected from digital devices for those with chronic illnesses.
Spending for people enrolled in employer-sponsored plans hit an all-time high in 2017, according to a new report from the Health Care Cost Institute.
CMS is looking to further expand options for Medicare Advantage plans to provide supplementary benefits to beneficiaries with chronic conditions.
Association health plans were under the microscope at a congressional hearing on protections for patients with pre-existing conditions.