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Proving Utility, Demonstrating Value: How to Align the Moving Parts in Personalized Medicine Reimbursement

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Of the many business, operational, legal, regulatory and clinical obstacles standing in the way of widespread delivery of personalized medicine, the single greatest challenge may lie in solving the reimbursement puzzle. Advocates of personalized medicine contend that it results in better care for the patient, as therapy is targeted specific to an individual, and that … Continue reading this entry

Illinois Telemedicine Rules: Licensing, Practice, Payment

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Illinois is experiencing growth in telemedicine and telehealth offerings available to patients in the Prairie State. Historically, Illinois telehealth services have been more limited to hospital and institutional settings, but the last few years have since seen an expansion among providers offering such services directly to patients. And yet, Illinois remains a state that has … Continue reading this entry

340B Program Update

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The new year has already gotten off to a busy start for health care providers that participate in the 340B Drug Pricing Program (“340B Program”) and government agencies that reimburse these providers. Following on the heels of the publication of a Medicaid Covered Outpatient Drug Final Rule (“Final Rule”), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid … Continue reading this entry

Transforming Oncology Care: What’s Working and What Lies Ahead

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Oncology providers and payors are undertaking bold initiatives to transform our system of “sick” care into a component of the value-based system of the future. The evolving system focuses on proactively monitoring and coordinating care by a team of providers working in concert to deliver care more efficiently and keep patients healthier. From payment changes … Continue reading this entry