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Comparative Analysis: Why Your Benchmark May Be Off the Mark

With the advent of new payment models and quality metrics that rely on electronic records, benchmarking is becoming an even more important component in the success of healthcare organizations. Jason Williams, vice...

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Reform's Effect on Health Insurance
December 16, 2009
Alan Katz talks about how reform could impact the health insurance industry. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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HealthLeaders 20: Cleve Killingsworth
December 2, 2009
An interview with Cleve Killingsworth, one of our 2009 HealthLeaders 20.

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Reform and Nonprofit Healthcare
November 11, 2009
Bruce McPherson, president and CEO at the Alliance for Advancing Nonprofit Health Care, speaks about health reform. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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Insurance Exchange Lessons from New York
October 21, 2009
Vince Ashton, executive director of HealthPass, a health insurance exchange, discusses the exchange and what can be learned from it. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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PBM Improves Medication Compliance
September 23, 2009
Edmund Pezalla, MD, of Aetna Pharmacy Management, speaks about how to achieve higher levels of medication adherence. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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Activating Members
August 21, 2009
Bryce Williams, director of prevention and wellness at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts in Boston, discusses MyBlueHealth. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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Shared Decision-Making in Health Reform
August 5, 2009
Lance Lang, MD, consulting medical director at Health Dialog, speaks about why shared decision-making should be a key component of reform. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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Planning for a Public Health Plan
July 27, 2009
Georganne Chapin, of Hudson Health Plan, fears a health insurance exchange will create bureaucracy at an enormous cost. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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Streamlining Payments
July 15, 2009
Robin Bugni of Highmark, Inc., speaks about how to implement real-time claims adjudication and estimation services. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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Prevention as Part of Healthcare Reform
June 24, 2009
Alere CEO Ron Geraty, MD, discusses how management of preventable health risks and chronic illness could save billions. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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Finding ROI in DM Programs
June 10, 2009
Siva Namasivayam and Timothy Cahill of SCIOinspire speak about the best ways to gauge ROI for disease management programs. [Sponsored by Emdeon]

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Three Money-Saving Pharmacy Options
April 8, 2009
George Van Antwerp, vice president of Solutions Strategy Group, Silverlink Communications, discusses how health insurers are saving money through pharmacy programs.

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Standing Out During Difficult Times
March 25, 2009
Jeff Levin-Scherz, MD, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health, talks about how health plans can add value in this difficult time.

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Should We Expect Major Reforms in 2009?
January 14, 2009
Joe Paduda, principal at Health Strategy Associates, talks about healthcare reform, the top healthcare issue for the government to tackle, and what he expects will happen to Medicare Advantage this year.

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