Inside IISE Journals

This month we highlight two articles from IISE Transactions. The first article investigates how health insurance providers may consider reducing out-of-pocket costs for prescription medication to improve adherence and, ultimately, patient health outcomes. The paper formulizes a bilevel optimization problem and proposes a policy of prioritizing patients for copayment reduction first by health risk and then by cost sensitivity to improve health outcomes without budget increases. The second article investigates how emissions regulations affect the operations of a single enterprise as well as the interactions between entities within their supply chain. These articles will appear in the January 2019 issue (Vol. 51, No. 1).

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