FICO introduced a new medical score that claims to be able to identify which patients are most likely to fail to pick up their prescriptions, skip doses or stop taking their medications altogether--improving patient outcomes and cutting health care spend.
Access to health care improved modestly for insured Americans between 2007 and 2010, according to a recent national study, but cost is increasingly identified as a worry and an obstacle to obtaining needed care in the future.
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Nowadays, being at work doesn’t mean you’re at the office. Many employees can now work from anywhere thanks to technological advancements and employers being more receptive to telecommuting.
How to get your career out of the doldrums and back into high-gear
When it comes to saving for retirement, too many employees are walking away from free money, and it’s costing them.
Specialty drugs can literally change lives, but their price tags can make them out of reach for many patients.
You've planned every detail of your wedding day. And it's fabulous. But then, disaster strikes.
Health care will cost more for consumers in 2015, but money isn’t the whole story.
Borrowing from your 401(k) to pay off high interest-rate, credit-card debt may seem like a good idea. But it turns out, many workers who went this route now have borrowers’ regret.