Topic: Consumer-Driven Healthcare
Healthcare leaders can learn a lot about listening to their patients from Women’s Healthcare Associates, a medical group in Portland, Oregon.
Incorporating the patient perspective into healthcare innovation can be a challenge, but several channels are showing promise.
As cheaper genetic testing technology emerges, payers will have an opportunity to be more selective when authorizing treatment payouts, a report says.
The recent postponement of updates to the CMS Star Rating system is a step in the wrong direction for the healthcare sector.
Myriad market forces have combined to make an Aetna-CVS deal an attractive one for the two powerful healthcare companies, according to analysts.
Anthem is set to expand its health IT footprint with a new technology center that aims to add 3,000 new IT professionals to its ranks.
Providers and consumers' trust in health plans has reached an all-time low as the healthcare reform rhetoric in Washington heats up.
Critics found plenty wrong with a $200 million gift this week to the University of California, Irvine, that will promote alternative therapies.
Quality telehealth programs will rely on access, cost and convenience, measurements that will help more payers reimburse for virtual care.
Only 8% of the 125 healthcare organizations surveyed apply successful practices to meet new consumer expectations.