Tag Archives: cancer care

Metro Areas Where Employers Influence Cancer Coverage Costs

Metro Areas Where Employers Influence Cancer Coverage Costs. Employers currently represent approximately 60% of the commercial insurance market dollars. The Employer commercial insurance market consists of more than 95,000 companies with self-insured plans, eighty percent of whom have less than 2,000 employees. Entering 2017, these employers face double-digit increases in the cost of prescription drugs […]

Designing Pharmacy and Medical Benefits for Cancer Care

Designing Pharmacy and Medical Benefits for Cancer Care: An Employer Perspective – published in Value-Based Cancer Care F. Randy Vogenberg, PhD, RPh, FASHP; Catherine E. Cooke, PharmD, BCPS October 2016, Vol 7, No 9 – Employers’ Perspective With the increasing complexity of cancer care after the passing of the 2010 Affordable Care Act, employers as […]

Telehealth Applications Patient Care

Telehealth Applications Patient Care Rita M. Marcoux, RPh, MBA; F. Randy Vogenberg, PhD, RPh, FASHP June 2016, Vol 7, No 5 – Employers’ Perspective – Value-Based Cancer Care The term telehealth is used interchangeably with telemedicine by some organizations. However, telemedicine is typically associated with the delivery of traditional clinical diagnosis and monitoring by using […]

Big Data in Cancer Care: Limitations of Drug Claims

Big Data in Cancer Care: Limitations of Drug Claims VBCC – March 2016, Vol 7, No 2 – Employers’ Perspective Catherine E. Cooke, PharmD, BCPS F. Randy Vogenberg, PhD, RPh Partner, National Institute of Collaborative Healthcare, and Access Market Intelligence; Principal, Institute for Integrated Healthcare Greenville, SC As one part of an ongoing macrotheme regarding big […]