More than 93 million Americans—80% of Internet users—have searched online for a health-related topic, such as a particular medical treatment, doctor, hospital or health insurance.
Healthcare organizations are prime targets for class action lawsuits. The healthcare industry tops the list for class action data breach lawsuits.
The number of healthcare transactions reached a record-smashing 1,738 in 2018.
Between 1999 and 2017, more than 700,000 people died from a drug overdose—with almost 400,000 of those deaths involving an opioid.
Join the AHA Center for Health Innovation and Manatt for a new webinar on emerging trends, major players and implications for hospitals and health systems.
Last year, more than 48 million Americans—close to 80% of the Medicaid population—were enrolled in managed care.
What’s in a name? There is considerable overlap in the nature and goals of the “alphabet soup” of network structures—Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Independent Practice Associations (IPAs), Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs) and Physician Hospital Organizations ...
In 2016, 11.5 million Americans were misusing prescription opioids, with the abuse reaching epidemic levels in 2017.
As healthcare costs continue to rise and stakeholders maintain focus on improving care quality and outcomes, payers are turning to value-based payment (VBP) as a critical tool for boosting delivery system performance.
In a YouGov/Huffington Post survey of registered voters’ priorities, healthcare topped all issues. That finding is borne out in polls across the board, with healthcare consistently among voters’ top-three most important issues.