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Health care policy is an ongoing conversation, one that is increasingly driven by quality measures. Payers and providers are experiencing the ever increasing importance and focus on quality that is driving performance and financial success. Stay up to date on the latest policy news, payer trends, and quality measures here.

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U.S. Economic Burden For PTSD Tops $230 Billion

U.S. Economic Burden For PTSD Tops $230 Billion

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) costs in the United States for civilian and military populations are estimated at $232.2 billion for 2018. Of that estimated cost, $76.1 billion was for direct health care services to treat PTSD, representing 32.8% of the total estimated cost. The remaining costs were predominantly due to…
How “Integrated” Are We?

How “Integrated” Are We?

Just last week, The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH) issued a request for information seeking input about what policy changes are needed to improve primary care. The RFI is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) initiative developing an action plan to strengthen primary health…

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