The introduction of risk to health care delivery is driving providers, payers, and patients to seek new ways of doing business.
How health insurance secures lower prices for health care services, leaving uninsured individuals facing medical debt and difficult choices.
How the NYP OnDemand Emergency Department Telehealth Express Care Service reduced stay times and revisit rates in one year.
Why, in the early 21st century, are so many drugs that were cheaply available in the 20th century becoming prohibitively expensive?
If you could change one thing about health care payment, what would it be?
Join us November 2, 2017, as we kick off Navigating Payment Reform for Providers, Payers, and Pharma.
What would indication-based drug pricing accomplish?
In the face of major pharmaceutical price increases, Cleveland Clinic developed a strategy to ensure high-quality patient care while maintaining financial stability.
Both political parties should support policies that focus on incentives as a mechanism for improving and sustaining their value.
Poor measures of care quality have consequences. The National Quality Forum is essential to creating measures that are valid and reliable.
Two veterans of public service say that government can do only so much — which creates attractive business opportunities for entrepreneurs.
Should government be involved in health care innovation?
Why can't EHRs talk to one another? We never created the right incentives, but we pretend that we did.
What's the effect of the mode of physician payment when it comes to EHRs?
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