American Health & Drug Benefits: Reflections on the First 5 Years

Owens, Gary M.
January 2012
American Health & Drug Benefits;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p14
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the first five years of the journal "American Health & Drug Benefits" (AHDB). The author mentions the challenges faced by the healthcare payers including rapid escalation of healthcare cost, maintenance of health insurance's affordability, and the employers that actively manage medical cost. Moreover, the author tackles the journal's outstanding articles since 2008 that deals with the business, regulatory, and clinical aspects of health care.


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