Industry News: Volume 4 Issue 2

Price hikes drove employer-sponsored health costs to record high in 2018by Hailey Mensik - The vast majority of Americans receive health coverage through their employer and HCCI's annual report found health spending growth exceeded 4% for the third consecutive year. The report comes as the presidential election brings more focus on the healthcare

Industry News: Volume 4 Issue 1

In new milestone, the majority of U.S. medical students are now women by Joanne Finnegan – Female medical students have hit a milestone. They now comprise the majority of enrolled U.S. medical students for the first time, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). To view the original article in its entirety, click here.   U.S. primary care doctors face challenges in coordinating care

Industry News: Volume 3 Issue 25

PRESS RELEASE: LEMBO PUTS HEALTH INSURANCE MARKET ON NOTICE WITH NEW MEDICAL RFP THAT REDEFINES HEALTH CARE DYNAMIC State Comptroller Kevin Lembo announced today that his office has issued a highly competitive request for proposals (RFP) that will redefine the relationship between the state and insurance corporations hired to administer state health benefits, and potentially

Industry News: Volume 3 Issue 24

PRESS RELEASE: Echosens Releases White Paper: Addressing Risk for Cirrhosis, Liver Failure and Liver Cancer Among America’s Veterans Download “Aligning with the Veterans Administration to Battle Chronic Liver Disease” October 08, 2019 09:54 AM Eastern Daylight Time WALTHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Echosens, a high-technology company offering the FibroScan family of products, today announces the release of its White Paper, “Aligning with

Industry News: Volume 3 Issue 23

Tennessee releases proposal to convert federal Medicaid dollars into block grant by Robert King – Tennessee released its proposal to the federal government to become the first state to convert Medicaid funding into a block grant. The state’s Department of Finance and Administration said in a notice Tuesday it intends to file an amendment to its Medicaid program

Industry News: Volume 3 Issue 22

PRESS RELEASE: First Annual Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation Awards Honor Excellence in Health, Education and Economic Empowerment For more details and to apply for the Ignite Innovation Award or Oldham Family Thought Leadership Award visit MCLEAN, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Inaugurating a national annual program to recognize and honor individuals, companies and organizations that exemplify innovation and excellence to improve or transform health, advance

Industry News: Volume 3 Issue 21

PRESS RELEASE: Bumrungrad International Hospital Launches Medication Tourism: Patients Access Quality Specialty Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Specialized Treatment at Lower Cost Visit to get details about exciting medication tourism opportunities in Thailand July 16, 2019 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. & BANGKOK – July 16, 2019 – With the introduction of a Medication

Industry News: Volume 3 Issue 20

PRESS RELEASE: Turn-Key Health Bolsters AI, Machine Learning and Mobile Engagement, Welcomes Clinician, Academician and Thought Leader Stanford Professor C. Jason Wang, MD, PhD, to Advisory Board June 11, 2019 02:00 PM EST – PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Turn-Key Health (TKH), an Enclara Healthcare company, serving health plans, provider organizations and their members who experience a serious or

Industry News: Volume 3 Issue 19

PRESS RELEASE: AscellaHealth Acknowledges National Arthritis Awareness Month, Enables Health Plans and Employers to Lower Cost, Improve Outcomes with Specialty Pharmacy Solutions May is time to learn the facts, understand the condition and know help is available May 23, 2019 09:00 AM EST – BERWYN, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In recognition of May as National Arthritis

Industry News: Volume 3 Issue 18

How 60 of the nation’s biggest employers are uniting to fight the benefits status quo By Kathryn Mayer – When Josh Riff was leading benefits for Target, he found himself increasingly frustrated that he wasn’t able to take more of a lead when it came to managing the healthcare of his employees.  “All