November 18, 2019

In the News: Nov 14–21

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This week: Big-box retailers aim to bridge care gaps; pediatric concussion concerns remain unanswered; federal and state support for virtual health expands.

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 October 14, 2019

In the News: Oct 10–17

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This week: High-deductible health plans impact chronic disease treatment; new technology addresses loneliness in seniors; and home-based primary care may improve outcomes and reduce costs.

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 September 23, 2019

In the News: Sept 19–26

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This week: Supplemental benefit adoption in Medicare Advantage plans, new payment model for SNFs, and strategic partnerships to improve quality and reduce costs.

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 September 16, 2019

In the News: Sept 12–19

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This week: A new app to help parents of preemies with care coordination, an underutilized Medicare program for diabetic patients, and a new partnership focuses on reducing infant mortality.

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 August 5, 2019

In the News: Aug 1–8

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This week: Cigna is expanding their Medicare Advantage offerings; the FCC plans to reform the Rural Health Care Program; and consumerism grows in the transition to value-based care.

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 June 24, 2019

In the News: June 20–27

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This week: AI to address quadruple aim; rise in deaths from suicide, substance abuse differs across states; health care costs projected to rise 6% in 2020

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 April 22, 2019

In the News: Apr 18–25

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This week: iVRT may help patients with chronic pain; new data ties financial risk sharing and cost and quality of care; and WHO releases first recommendations for digital tech use.

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 March 19, 2019

Maternal-Fetal Medicine in Crisis

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The provision of ongoing care throughout pregnancy has been shown to decrease complications, and several organizations have turned to virtual health technologies to improve access to care for pregnant women.

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