Author Archives : Healthcore Admin


Sometimes less is more . . . at least when it comes to radiation therapy for breast cancer

When insurers adopt evidence-based clinical guidelines for the use of radiation therapy in treating consumers with breast cancer, their network   Read More

HealthCore Announces First-Time Direct Access to its Research Data for Improved Insights and Decision Making

WILMINGTON, Del.—May 21, 2018—Life sciences companies can – for the first time – access one of the largest commercially insured   Read More

HealthCore and Blue Cross Blue Shield Association Study Shows Low Uptake of HPV Vaccine Compared to Other Adolescent Immunizations

– Fewer than a third of adolescents received a first dose of HPV vaccine by their 13th birthday – Wide   Read More

Real-World Characteristics and Treatment Patterns in Patients with Urticaria Initiating Omalizumab in the United States

Real-World Characteristics and Treatment Patterns in Patients with Urticaria Initiating Omalizumab in the United States   Read More

Comparison of Specialty Medication Use for Common Chronic Inflammatory Diseases Among Health Exchange and Other Commercially Insured Members

Comparison of Specialty Medication Use for Common Chronic Inflammatory Diseases Among Health Exchange and Other Commercially Insured Members   Read More

Real-world effectiveness, adherence and persistence among patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus initiating dulaglutide treatment

Real-world effectiveness, adherence and persistence among patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus initiating dulaglutide treatment   Read More

Patient and prescriber characteristics among patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus continuing or discontinuing sulfonylureas following insulin initiation: data from a large commercial database

Patient and prescriber characteristics among patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus continuing or discontinuing sulfonylureas following insulin initiation: data from   Read More

Provider Connectedness to Other Providers Reduces Risk of Readmission After Hospitalization for Heart Failure

Provider Connectedness to Other Providers Reduces Risk of Readmission After Hospitalization for Heart Failure   Read More