Whether artificial intelligence and machine learning revolutionize healthcare over the next few years remains to be seen, but based on spending projections, the market is about to take off. Download the PDF.
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State-based Medicaid accountable care organizations (ACOs) are becoming increasingly prevalent across the country, with more and more states pursuing ACOs as a way to improve health outcomes and control costs through greater provider accountability, according to the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS).
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Later this year, Kentucky could become the first state to enforce work requirements for Medicaid beneficiaries. The CMS approved the state’s waiver in January, but it is being challenged in court by groups representing Medicaid enrollees. Another nine states have waivers pending with the CMS, which in late January issued new guidance for states seeking to add work requirements for able-bodied beneficiaries. Here’s a look at who could be affected. Download the PDF.
More than 100 million U.S. adults now live with diabetes or prediabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And costs related to treating diabetes have skyrocketed as people are living longer with the disease. Diabetes accounts for nearly $245 billion in medical costs and lost productivity annually. Download the PDF.
New Insights Mid-year survey results indicate hospital CIOs are wrestling with a wide range of technology challenges. Primary data for this infographic was collected in June 2017, using a Spok survey of CHIME CIOs. A total of 46 completed survey responses were collected by this method.