Topic: Hospital-Owned Health Plan
DOE appears to have violated its purpose statute by promoting an anti-Obamacare editorial, plus more payer news.
Geisinger Health System has focused on getting diabetic patients to eat healthier as part of its population health management efforts.
Hospital systems, health plans team up to create new insurance products.
Despite incentives intended to make provider-owned insurance plans work, a new analysis shows the financial landscape continues to look dismal.
Health plan members are more satisfied with their insurance plans when providers coordinate their healthcare, according to a new report.
Amid uncertainty about the future of healthcare reform, hospitals and health systems must be aware of and prepare for the potential challenges posed by the individual health insurance marketplaces.
Geisinger Health System’s turnaround from the financial brink is now detailed in the memoirs of former CEO Glenn Steele, M.D., Ph.D., and the system’s efforts offer lessons for other struggling providers in the integrated delivery network model.
Researchers find reason for cautious optimism in the first longitudinal study of vertically integrated Medicare Advantage programs.
From Kaiser Health News: The HMO blew two deadlines to supply information required by the state to monitor Medi-Cal managed care plans. Kaiser says it is “taking steps” to resolve the problem.
Catholic Health Initiatives, a large nonprofit health system based in Colorado, no longer plans to develop a “wholly owned and nationally driven” insurance business, according to The Wall Street Journal. Instead, it’s going to sell portions of the health insurance business.