More than 28 million baby boomers will develop Alzheimer’s disease between now and midcentury, and the cost of caring for them will consume nearly 25 percent of Medicare spending in 2040, according to new research reported by the... Continue Reading Alzheimer’s: The Disease that Could Very Well Rival Our National Defense Budget
Forging Great Programs for Our Transportation Providers to Ultimately Improve Service and Access to Care
Improving access to care means thinking differently about how we do things now, and deciding what it might take to do it better. To lay the groundwork that would raise the bar, we created a cross functional team targeted at improving... Continue Reading Forging Great Programs for Our Transportation Providers to Ultimately Improve Service and Access to Care
It’s been a topic hot on the minds of running political candidates, employers, and the Obama administration alike—whether to keep the Cadillac Tax on premium health care plans or to repeal it—and now it’s been officially delayed until 2020... Continue Reading What is to Be of the Cadillac Tax Now that Obama Has Signed Its Delay Into Law?
CMS Has Due Cause to Demand Wider Study of Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP 2.0) for Medicaid Expansion Members
At the start of 2015, Indiana became the 28th state to expand Medicaid taking the Obama Administration up on its offer to pay 100% of the costs through the end of 2016. But… the administration had to make some concessions to the... Continue Reading CMS Has Due Cause to Demand Wider Study of Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP 2.0) for Medicaid Expansion Members
Mind over body or is it body over mind? No matter which way you look at it, your physical health is linked to your mental health. Intrinsically linked. Yet America’s health care system wasn’t built that way. In fact, it was built in quite... Continue Reading Better Care for Sure, But Integrating Physical and Mental Health Care is No Easy Task