Posts tagged ‘health plans’

Payer 101: Three things every healthcare market researcher should know


How much do you know about the U.S. health insurance landscape?

In this post, we’ll discuss three basic aspects of U.S. health plan payers: type, geography, and size. Understanding these aspects will help you design a study sample that is representative of your market.

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Continue Reading July 29, 2015 at 4:07 PM 2 comments

MedSpan Research Pay-For-Performance Case Study


MedSpan Research Pay-For-Performance Case Study http://wp.me/pReqv-m:

Connectivity is one of the Key Underlying P4P Programs…Read more to learn why

Continue Reading July 21, 2015 at 2:00 PM Leave a comment

Managed Care Musings-Tips for better payer research


Managed Care Musings-Tips for better payer research

Continue Reading July 21, 2015 at 12:33 PM Leave a comment

Here’s a MedSpan Research tip!


Clinical pharmacists are a good deal for drug companies’ market research. Consider clinical pharmacists as respondents when needing clinical insights regarding a new drug. Remember that health plan and some hospital-based clinical pharmacists specialize by drug class. Other hospital-based clinical pharmacists specialize by patient care unit (e.g., emergency department, ICU).

Continue Reading July 2, 2015 at 2:13 PM Leave a comment

Here is What MedSpan Research Has Been Up To and Learning: Our Tri-Weekly Newsletter


Recently, a Modern Healthcare survey determined that a majority of healthcare CEOs supported the transition from Fee-For-Service to Value-Based Compensation. However, their time frame of transition varies. Read our blog entry for more on this subject.

Continue Reading June 8, 2015 at 10:22 AM Leave a comment

American Healthcare Consumers’ Opinions Regarding Healthcare Depends on the Questions Asked


American Consumers’ Opinion Regarding the Affordable Care Act and the Individual Mandate that Would Charge Each Person for Not Obtaining Health Insurance Depends on the Understanding of the Question Being Asked.

Continue Reading April 23, 2015 at 11:15 AM Leave a comment

Medicare Acute and Post-Acute Care Payments for 30-day Episodes That Began With Hospitalization and Cost Depending on Location


For each of these types of admissions (congestive heart failure), the cost of post-acute care, on average, exceeds that of inpatient care arising from the initial admission and any readmissions. The location in which the patient is discharged is also a factor in the cost.

Continue Reading April 10, 2015 at 4:23 PM Leave a comment

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