HealthCore: 20 Years of Real-World Evidence
Video telehealth visits resolve minor ailments just as well as face-to-face visits
HealthCore: 20 Years of Real-World Evidence
Retail clinic use soars but not for Obamacare patients
Sick? More Illinois residents heading to store clinics for treatment
HealthCore: 20 Years of Real-World Evidence
Value-Based Spine Centers of Excellence Offer Patients Quality Care but Cost 19 Percent Less Than Other Centers
Study: Mom’s insurance, mental illness impact baby’s first year
Three Things to Know for AMCP Nexus 2016
HealthCore Awarded PCORI Funding
HealthCore awarded PCORI funding
Real-World Evidence: Enriching the Gold Standard
Real-World Evidence Generation: Overcoming Concerns
A Guide to ISPOR DC
Accelerating Cures: Addressing Need While Avoiding Risk
HealthCore receives PCORI patient-based research award to advance understanding of patient health care experience
PPD and HealthCore Collaborate to Deliver Enhanced Pre- and Post-approval Research Services
ASCO study shows Anthem’s initiative to improve cancer outcomes and cost-effective care gains traction with oncologists
Only One in Three Eligible Women Receive Shorter Radiation Therapy for Breast Cancer
Lilly, Anthem, Inc. and HealthCore Create Research Collaboration to Improve Health Outcomes
Boehringer Ingelheim, WellPoint and HealthCore Announce First Project Under Multi-Year Research Collaboration
HealthCore contracts with Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute as part of institute’s $150 million FDA Sentinel award
Consumer transparency on MRI costs saved $220 per test in overall costs, increased competition among hospitals
Cancer care administered by oncologist-owned practices costs 3 to 14 percent less than hospital-owned oncology practices
Patients using anti-TNF specialty drugs to treat RA and Crohn’s aren’t aware of treatment choices
Teenagers Treated for Headache Were Prescribed Opioids Almost Half of the Time, According to Study in Journal of Adolescent Health
HealthCore hires experienced industry and academic leader to head HEOR teams
Echocardiograms used 20 percent less in low-risk patients with health plan prior authorization programs, according to study in Managed Care