CMS in a draft bulletin published Friday proposed extending the deadline for health insurers to file proposed premium rates for plans they intend to sell on the Affordable Care Act's exchanges in the 2018 coverage year.
Seven years ago, physician David Fajgenbaum was diagnosed with Castleman disease—a rare condition that nearly derailed his medical training. Now, he's leading research that may revolutionize treatment of the disease, Katie Thomas writes for the New York Times.
The Affordable Care Act's defenders say that keeping some of the law's most popular provisions—such as coverage for people with preexisting conditions—requires mandating that everyone have insurance. But some conservative lawmakers say the mandate is unnecessary. Who's right?
A small but growing number of hospitals and health systems are tying executive compensation to population health measures, but making such models work requires having a comprehensive view of patient health—and knowing what metrics matter, Shelby Livingston reports for Modern Healthcare.
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