July 2016 - FRMC

Volume
13
Issue 7
July 2016
stethoscope

By Dean Celia

John Sprandio, MD, founder of the first NCQA-recognized oncology medical home, explains how his group did it, and offers lessons for managed care.

FEATURES

By Paul Nicolaus

Highly anticipated cancer drug knock-offs provide the possibility of improved access, but cost benefits have not yet been demonstrated. | Read More
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By Dean Celia

As House Republicans finally release their proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act, it is unclear whether “repeal and replace” remains politically feasible. | Read More
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By Paul Nicolaus

The largest single provider of care to those with hepatitis C in the United States revs up treatment, begging the question: can others follow suit? | Read More
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By Dean Celia

John Sprandio, MD, founder of the first NCQA-recognized oncology medical home, explains how his group did it, and offers lessons for managed care. | Read More
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DEPARTMENTS

By Sean McGuire

An interview with Michael S Barr, MD, MBA, MACP, executive vice president, NCQA | Read More
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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is partnering with the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to enroll veterans in the Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI) Cohort Program as participants in the largest ever study of its kind, the Obama Administration has announced. | Read More
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Native American tribes are facing crippling health care costs as a result of their large employer status per the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  | Read More
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An HPV test has been approved for primary cervical cancer screening in women aged 25 years or older. | Read More
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