Provider-led health plans: The next frontier—or the 1990s all over again?

By offering its own health plan, a hospital system may be able to gain a variety of advantages -- but the move is not without risks.

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Exchanges year 2: New findings and ongoing trends

This brief provides a full view into the 2015 exchange landscape.


2015 Individual Exchange product information

State-by-state data and analysis on approved 2015 products offered on federal and state Individual exchanges

Infographic: On the Eve of Open Enrollment 2015

Survey findings shed light on how a variety of factors could affect the decisions consumers make about enrolling: eligibility for subsidies, penalties for not enrolling, satisfaction with 2014 plans, and increases in premium rates.


Assessing the 2015 MA Stars ratings

On October 10, 2014, CMS released the Medicare Advantage (MA) Star ratings for 2015.


One-on-one with Giovanni Colella, MD: Enterprise Healthcare in the Cloud

Businesses know the cost and benefits of every item they buy -- except when it comes to healthcare.


One-on-one with Tom Betlach: Medicaid Sustainability

Eliminate fragmentation in the Medicaid delivery system, and you free up funds for other state spending priorities.

Focus on: Operations

Engaging physicians to transform operational and clinical performance

Health systems (and health plans) that are serious about transforming themselves must harness the energy of their physicians. To do so, they must develop a true ability to engage physicians effectively.

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