Category Archive for "Healthcare"

Home »

Protected: May 26, 2010 – Why the Average Employer Will Drop Health Insurance in 2014

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Read More

Protected: May 10, 2010 – The Bigger Truth About Medicaid Drug Price Effects; PBM Price Competition; and Why Insurers Are Still a Buy

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Read More

Protected: April 26, 2010 The Practical Boundaries of Health Insurance Regulation

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Read More

Why the Market Assumes too Much Margin Pressure on Insurers, too Little on Innovators

Narrow (below corporate level) application of MLR limits, and/or limiting premium growth to less than the rate of medical cost growth, work against regulators’ and the public’s interests. Thus neither practice is likely to be common; and insurers’ share-price reaction

Read More

Protected: April 5, 2010 Why Insurers Work in a Recovery; Introducing our Model of Private Insurance Premiums and MLRs

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Read More

Protected: March 28, 2010 Three Reform Realities That Aren’t Priced In

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Read More

PBM Gross Margins – This Looks Like the End of the Cycle

Since 2001, PBM gross profit per claim has grown three times faster than average drug prices, and 1.25 times faster than drug retail mark-ups As with drug retail, during this period PBMs benefitted from drug price inflation and an increasingly

Read More
test