mental health
New Report Verifies Dramatic Increase in Mental...
Written by: Sean Larson, Senior Director, Healthcare Strategy

May is Mental Health Month, which is dedicated to educating the public on how to support those struggling with mental health issues and increasing awareness on the state of behavioral healthcare services.

healthcare delivery
HIStalk Interviews LexisNexis Risk Solutions...
Written by: Jay Sultan, VP, Healthcare Strategy

Josh Schoeller, CEO of LexisNexis Risk Solutions Health Care, recently shared industry insights in a candid interview with HIStalk, a healthcare technology industry blog.

women in leadership
Women in Leadership: Theresa Wu Receives HBA...
Written by: Victor Tavernini, Vice President, Product Management and Analytics

The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) 2021 Luminary awards recognize 71 women in leadership, each with more than 20 years of professional experience. These distinguished women serve in a critical role within their organization, exhibit great leadership and actively mentor, sponsor and support the advancement of other women in their careers.

healthcare strategies
Four Healthcare Strategies: Drive 2021 Decisions...
Written by: Sean Larson, Senior Director, Healthcare Strategy

The COVID-19 vaccine approvals have given health systems (and payers) a glimmer of hope that the surge of acute patient COVID-19 admissions may be ebbing. As we anticipate a sense of normalcy, the shift for payer organizations will likely be toward planning our 2021 healthcare strategies.

member satisfaction
Communication is Key to Member Satisfaction
Written by: Rich Morino, Senior Director, Health Care Solutions

It’s not entirely unexpected that communication may take a backseat to more pressing issues – such as serving the victims of the virus. COVID-19 has made things more difficult for all of us to work under a “normal course of business,” so it makes sense that health plans would be even more impacted. However, the issue may not be due to a lack of desire to communicate – but more, a lack of ability to communicate effectively.

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