Care Delivery

Centene, Walgreens and RxAdvance have teamed up to form a pharmacy benefit management model to boost transparency and achieve better health outcomes with lower costs, the companies announced.

Seattle-based Amazon will pay the travel expenses for its workers diagnosed with cancer to see specialists at a Los Angeles health system, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Sky-high drug prices are a huge issue for many Americans who can’t pay for necessary medications, and 78% feel the federal government should be able to negotiate better prices.

 

The Trump administration released the star ratings for Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D prescription drug plans just before the 2020 open enrollment period.

UnitedHealthcare, the nation’s largest health insurance provider, has added a telemedicine app to its offerings, giving its millions of member access to on-demand services anytime.

The healthcare uninsured rate in the U.S. is rising, but not all cities are seeing the same decline. WalletHub took a look at 548 U.S. cities to compare insurance coverage rates, ranking the highest and lowest cities by uninsured rate.

Walmart wants to make healthcare cheaper and simpler for its associates and their families and is changing up its 2020 medical plan to offer new pilot programs in select markets.

According to a new guideline published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, adults can actually continue consuming both processed meats and red meat––contrary to previous dietary guidelines.

Accountable Care Organizations saved Medicare $1.7 billion in 2018, netting $739 in net savings after bonuses and payment losses were distributed in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP).

The Affordable Care Act had a profound impact on the uninsured rate of U.S. adults with diabetes, according to a recent study from University of Southern California published in the journal of the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes Care.

Trumpcare healthcare plans pop up in online search results for health insurance, but there’s one problem: Trumpcare plans aren’t actually real.

A wrist-worn step tracker is an adequate tool to measure exercise capacity and the health status of patients, replacing a standardized six-minute walking test in a clinical setting, according to new research from Intermountain Healthcare.