At the end of the day, the delivery system has to become efficient.
Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Health Policy Reform
Navigating the seas of changing health policy is the challenge of our time. How does the Affordable Care Act and the healthcare reform movement affect your organization and the national healthcare system?
Winners will be providers who translate today’s inefficiencies into tomorrow’s profits.
We can’t get what we want in payment reform if we’re not clear about what that is.
Article by Jonathan Oberlander
Republicans’ Senate misadventures with the Affordable Care Act offer a powerful reminder about the limits of political power in the United States.
Article by Henry Aaron, Matthew Fiedler, Paul B. Ginsburg, Loren Adler & Alice M. Rivlin
The threat to individual market stability is real. We need to fix it before it's too late.
Article by Rick Foster, Tammy Alvarez, Richard Feifer, Stephen A. Mette, John B. Chessare & James Bassford
Members of the IHI Leadership Alliance on the enduring significance of the Triple Aim.
Infographic by NEJM Catalyst
The loss of CSR payments would create some short term chaos in the market, but it would not significantly impact the number of people covered.
We must remember to listen to the stories of the human beings on the receiving end of the policies we develop.
Article by Jeremy P. Ziring, Kathleen S. Tatem, Remle Newton-Dame, Jesse Singer & Dave A. Chokshi
Safety-net health system transformation is threatened by recent health reform proposals that erode coverage gains.
Article by Benjamin D. Sommers & Kosali Simon
The relationship between health insurance and emergency care isn’t straightforward.