Anthony Brino

Anthony Brino is the Editor of Healthcare Payer News, covering a range of health policy and insurance issues, and also the Editor of HIEWatch. Follow Anthony on Twitter @AnthonyBrino.

By Anthony Brino 08:05 am January 12, 2015
One of meaningful use's biggest critics and benefactors is trying to create and curate "the healthcare Internet" to support reform.
By Anthony Brino 03:06 pm January 07, 2015
A quick look at what the federal government is dealing with early in the New Year.
By Anthony Brino 10:41 am December 19, 2014
After advocating and passing legislation to create a single payer health entity in Vermont, Governor Peter Shumlin said that in the last two weeks it has become clear that the risks are too great.
By Anthony Brino 08:10 am December 15, 2014
A venerable health policy professional and leader of one of the field's most trusted research institutions is very skeptical of health reform's trajectory, and has some other ideas to try.
By Anthony Brino 04:33 pm December 05, 2014
The trend promises to free up physicians to spend more time with patients, and let both providers and payers track value.
By Anthony Brino 09:42 am December 02, 2014
While HHS may have its own budget for HealthCare.gov and the 34 states served by it, the rest of the state exchanges will have to be financially self-sustaining.
By Anthony Brino 08:08 am November 19, 2014
Her name is Tina. And she's a virtual assistant to guide customers using the exchange to research and purchase insurance.
By Anthony Brino 12:32 pm November 13, 2014
Given the GOP’s opposition to new government mandates, the October 2015 implementation is anything but a done deal.
By Anthony Brino 08:01 am October 20, 2014
Given the complexity of consumer eligibility and health needs, enrollment assisters might be an under-appreciated part of making health reform successful.
By Anthony Brino 10:37 am October 16, 2014
When healthcare spending became a big concern, Jackson Labs turned to incentive-based screening and wellness programs, alongside other initiatives, to get control of the costs. And it's still working six years later.

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