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CMS to Expand Tailored Benefits for Medicare Advantage Plans

by Jennifer Bresnick

CMS is proposing significant changes to Medicare Advantage geared towards expanding choice and increasing competitiveness in a highly lucrative market. The proposals would increase the number and scope of supplemental benefits available...

Employer Wellness Programs Reduce Costs by Targeting Chronic Diseases

by Thomas Beaton

In order to reduce overall spending, employers should focus on designing wellness programs that target chronic diseases and address other clinical factors impacting employee health, says a new research paper from Transamerica. The...

Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program May Have Cost Concerns

by Thomas Beaton

The Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program (MDPP) may not fully cover provider costs needed to administer classes and other programs to prevent diabetes among Medicare members, says a new report from the University of Colorado (UC) School of...

How Payers Can Effectively Scale Value-Based Care Networks

by Thomas Beaton

Value-based care networks are a promising opportunity for payers that want to manage costs and improve outcomes of beneficiaries.  But effectively scaling collaborative, risk-based reimbursement networks for millions of beneficiaries...

Health Plan Consumers Report Insufficient Payer Communications

by Thomas Beaton

Health plans may not be effectively communicating with consumers about member  benefits and largely fail to understand their members’ health and financial needs, a survey from Healthmine found. A sample of 750 consumers...

BCBS Minnesota Launches Prediabetes Prevention Campaign

by Thomas Beaton

Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) of Minnesota is launching a prediabetes prevention campaign to lessen the rate of diabetes in local communities, the payer announced in a press release. Titled “Reverse It,” the campaign focuses on...

How Investing in Social Services Could Cut Healthcare Spending

by Vera Gruessner

While healthcare spending is continually increasing, patient outcomes and overall health has not necessarily improved greatly, according to a report from Leavitt Partners and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. However, the study...

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