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Webinar: The Hidden Impact of Opioid Addiction

According to the Centers for Disease Control, an estimated $25 billion of U.S. healthcare costs was attributed to the abuse of painkillers—otherwise known as opioids. Up to 36 million people worldwide struggle with opioid addiction. It is a real concern for health plans and the pharmacies and providers under their umbrella. How can your health plan read the warning signs within provider networks to prevent this addiction from the start and minimize the risk and cost impact to your organization?

2016-09-19T09:00:43+00:00 By |Uncategorized, Webinar|

1300% Spike In Opioid Spending

The opioid epidemic is a real concern for health plans and providers. BHM understands the importance of how data […]

2017-04-02T13:28:01+00:00 By |Trends, Uncategorized|

Study: More Collaboration Aids Health Care For At-Risk Populations

By teaming with community organizations, doctors and hospitals can deliver high-quality care at good value to disadvantaged people at risk for poor health, according to a new report from a panel of experts. The report released Thursday by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine was produced to aid Medicare officials studying how to fairly pay hospitals that disproportionately serve patients with social risk factors for health problems. Those factors include low income, social isolation, disadvantaged neighborhoods and limited health literacy.

California Insurance Marketplace Imposes New Quality, Cost Conditions On Plans

Moving into a realm usually reserved for health care regulators, the California health marketplace Thursday unveiled sweeping reforms to its contracts with insurers, seeking to improve the quality of care, curb its cost and increase transparency for consumers. The attempt to impose quality and cost standards on health plans and doctors and hospitals appears to be the first by any Obamacare exchange in the nation. Among the biggest changes: Health plans will be required to dock hospitals at least 6 percent of their payments if they do not meet certain quality standards, or give them bonuses of an equal amount if they exceed the standards.

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