Nearly 9-out-10 of employers say that within the next five years, the cost of providing health benefits will become unsustainable. As such, employers are looking to government intervention, direct contracting with health systems and other methods to reverse this trend.
Research shows that many hospitals have not yet begun disclosing payer negotiated rates to the public. But politicians on both sides of the aisle are full-bore on the concept.
Conflicting perspectives in the public eye this week suggest that herd immunity is closer than many people think, impossible to achieve, or in need of redefining.
Leveraging data to improve equity is critical to creating a more resilient health system. And integrating equity into quality and safety efforts presents an opportunity to improve all three.
In a new recurring feature at Health Evolution, we’re examining the health care market in different cities and regions across the country. First up is Nashville, Tennessee.
The following articles were the most popular with our readers during April 2021. And we also share what’s upcoming at Health Evolution.
Chief executives of providers, payers and life sciences organizations can look to this frequently updated list for articles and resources about health care and leadership.
Unprecedented levels of M&A activity are underway and expected to continue in 2021—if the FTC doesn’t step in to block some deals. Here’s what CEOs can expect from FTC enforcement in the Biden administration.
With competition seemingly coming from every direction, health care organizations need a digital strategy now — and succeeding will require that CEOs take the lead in making such initiatives a priority.
America's primary care system needs considerable work. The Health Evolution Forum Work Group on Reinventing Primary Care and Preventative Care Models recommends ways to improve.
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