Mckenzie Taylor continues our monthly conversation on the strategies presented in The Trump Administration Blueprint to Low Drug Prices and Reduce Out-of-Pocket Costs, discussing the ways new negotiations between payers and manufacturers are helping to reduce drug prices.
Community Health Workers have a unique understanding of the language, culture, and needs of the communities they serve. Our Jeremy Tourish and Enid Vélez believe they could be key in making a dent in the over $400 billion spent on childhood asthma and adult diabetes each year.
In this installment of our blog series on "President Trump's Blueprint to Lower Drug Prices and Reduce Out-Of-Pocket Costs," our pharmacy expert Youkavet Samih discusses how creating drug competition drives down prices for consumers.
After decades of struggle, workers with disabilities are beginning to move the needle, outpacing the employment gains of people without disabilities. Kathleen Petkauskos discusses this historic shift, and how employers around the country are taking notice of the benefits that come with hiring workers with disabilities.
Jessica Carpenter discusses the importance of crafting a utilization management plan when developing an efficient managed long-term services and supports program, and explains how this can lead to substantial cost savings for state Medicaid programs.
Bonnie Greenwood, PharmD, BCPS, gives an overview of the Trump Administration's blueprint to tackle the issue of rising drug costs in the United States, part of a new blog series in which our pharmacy team will address each strategy and its progress to date.
Jody Simpson of Disability Evaluation Services synthesizes the complex process of performing a comprehensive medical review and shares how the DES onsite team of 75 licensed clinical professionals can support public retirement systems throughout the medical review process.
Jay Flanagan of the Southern New England Practice Transformation Network joined clinical experts from across the country at the CMS Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative 2018 National Expert Panel to answer the question “What does an exemplary clinical practice look like?”
Senior Director of the Health and Criminal Justice Program, Julie White discusses the concerning state of criminal justice in the United States today. With over 2.2 million people incarcerated, she believes new approaches to criminal justice are imperative for creating safer communities and reducing rates of crime.
Over two million Americans are in either federal or state prison or local jail facilities. Despite this high population, the attention paid to the quality of the medical care inmates receive is often minimal. Dyana Nickl discusses the areas for improvement she sees in how health care is delivered in our nation's correctional facilities.