Washington, DC (PRWEB) January 18, 2012
AIS, publisher of highly targeted news, data and strategies for managers in hospitals, health plans, pharmaceutical companies and other health care organizations, is pleased to announce a special free report, Health Business Outlook: 2012. This free report can be accessed at http://aishealth.com/outlook2012.
Health Business Outlook: 2012 features insightful predictions on the opportunities and pitfalls major health industry players will face in the coming year. The report features interviews with scores of executives at health plans, hospitals, PBMs and drug companies, along with consultants, analysts, actuaries and regulators. Readers will get a roadmap in six key areas: health insurance; health reform; pharmacy; specialty pharmacy; the Medicaid, Medicare Advantage and Part D programs; and patient privacy.
AIS’s Health Business Outlook: 2012 provides valuable insights from leading experts across the health care industry with articles such as:
- 2012 Could Be Apocalyptic Year for Insurers That Can’t Adapt to Shifting Landscape
- MLR Rules, Rate-Hike Scrutiny Won’t Have Huge Impact In 2012
- As Legislatures Reconvene, Can States Act to Use New ‘Essential Benefits’ Flexibility?
- Bundled Payments Show Long-Term Promise, Health Care Observer Says
- ACOs, Biosimilars Are Among Pharmacy Benefit ‘Unknowns’ in Health Reform
- Expect 2012 Focus on Oncology, Tighter Management, Patient Aid
- Medicaid Reforms at State, Federal Level Will Lead to New Opportunities for Plans
- Five Patient Privacy and Data Security Trends to Watch In 2012
Spanning 58 pages, this report provides detail into what issues the health industry will be facing in 2012 and is free to registered users of AISHealth.com. Registered users of the website get access to hundreds of archived articles, special reports, book experts and more. Go to http://aishealth.com/outlook2012 for access to AIS’s Health Business Outlook: 2012.
AIS develops highly targeted news, data and strategies for managers in hospitals, health plans, medical group practices, pharmaceutical companies and other health care organizations. Learn more at http://www.AISHealth.com.