Topic: Insurance Benefits
CMS plans to allow Medicare to cover an emerging immunotherapy for cancer patients, it announced on Friday.
A recent survey shows payers migrating toward a value-based reimbursement model, but clear discrepancies exist among adoption rates.
The Medicare at 50 Act, introduced earlier this week, is already getting pushback from healthcare organizations.
Medicare and Medicaid are better than private insurers at keeping spending per beneficiary low, according to a new report.
What form will the “health plan of tomorrow” take? Experts say it will be tech- and consumer-focused.
UnitedHealthcare wants to see diagnostic codes for services targeting the social needs—such as transportation or healthy meals—expand nationwide.
Medicaid enrollment in Missouri and Tennessee declined far faster than in other states, and most of those losing coverage are children.
Voters in several states approved Medicaid expansion in ballot measures in the 2018 election, but the progress on those programs is decidedly slow.
The health system launched Ayin to help organizations transition from in-patient care to more cost-efficient ambulatory care and digital engagement.
The square-peg-in-a-round-hole analogy can easily be used to describe the process in which insurance payers manage provider credentialing.