Humana's Partners in Primary Care subsidiary, which already manages 47 primary care centers for seniors, will manage the clinics, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Idaho, Kentucky, New York, and Pennsylvania.
The United States last week evacuated hundreds of Americans from China because of the new coronavirus, and the evacuees now are subject to mandatory quarantines at U.S. military bases. Here's an inside look at life in one of the quarantine bases, according to evacuees.
Before you decide to change jobs, it's important to "decode" the culture of a prospective workplace, Joann Lublin writes for the Wall Street Journal. She offers five strategies on how to "uncover both red flags and positive signals about … corporate culture" in order to avoid a "culture misfit."
This was a busy week in politics that offered policy wonks clearer insights into issues that are likely to play a role in the 2020 presidential election—and unsurprisingly, health care is one of them. Daily Briefing's Ashley Fuoco Antonelli highlights the takeaways from this week's events and hones in on a key question: Does President Trump need a health reform plan?
CMS on Wednesday released proposed changes for Medicare Advantage (MA) and Part D plans for 2021, including allowing MA plans to count telehealth providers for certain network adequacy requirements, opening MA coverage to all seniors with End-Stage Renal Disease, and requiring new price transparency tools for Part D plans.
When it comes to health care disruptors, all eyes have been on Big Tech, but 'Big Retail' has been quietly growing its influence and might just be a bigger changemaker in the industry, Erin Brodwin reports for STAT +.