Karen Appold
Three ways providers should address drug shortages
Preventing drug shortages requires a “swat team” mentality by all, including FDA, manufacturers, group purchasing organizations (GPOs), and health systems. Here’s what healthcare providers should do about the issue.
Spike in drug shortages raises alarm
Spike in drug shortages raises alarm
Drug shortages take a toll, especially on emergency department patients.
Three ways to increase compliance among diabetic patients
Studies have found that getting diabetes under control early on has immediate benefits. Here’s how providers and patients can more proactively address the disease.
Four ways the ACA drives higher-value diabetes care
Specific benefits patients with diabetes have experienced due to the ACA, and how those benefits are impacting diabetes costs.
Seven ways Hillary Clinton would change healthcare
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton vows to provide more affordable, cost effective, accessible, and higher quality healthcare and insurance coverage. Here’s a closer look at seven key ways Clinton would change the healthcare system if elected president.
How Trump would change healthcare
A look at how Trump's specific plans for healthcare could impact the industry.
How Trump, Cruz, and Kasich would change healthcare
A look at how each GOP candidate’s specific plans for healthcare could impact the industry.
Diabetic patients benefit most from personalized strategies
Personalization is the key to a healthcare experience that optimizes outcomes, improves the customer experience and, ultimately, lowers costs to the healthcare system. Find out why it’s especially key for diabetic patients.
Diabetes and mHealth: Use, reimbursement, future outlook
Mobile health (mHealth) offers new ways to empower patients with diabetes in caring for themselves and making decisions that support their health.
Top ways Bernie Sanders would change the healthcare industry
Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton both vow to make healthcare more affordable, accessible, and higher quality. Here’s a closer look at two of the ways Sanders proposes to do this.