Mariam Aslam & Jonathan Gordon
When done right, value-based contracting for medical devices can ameliorate shrinking margins at health systems, leading to a virtuous circle.
Health care costs have historically grown at about 2% faster than income in the United States. One way or another, we have to control health care spending growth, and the onus is on the provider.
David Lansky & Jeff Micklos
Care management should be payer-agnostic at its core.
JP Sharp, Patrick H. Conway & Rahul Rajkumar
We believe North Carolina can be a model for the nation.
Laura L. Forese
A simple road map for health care organizations to follow when working through integration, which keeps the perspective of the patient in mind.
Dana P. Goldman, Karen Van Nuys, Wei-Han Cheng, Jakub P. Hlávka, Luca Pani, Sylvain Chassang & Erik Snowberg
Are we paying too much for new drugs before we know how well they work? This innovative pricing model proposes postponing major rewards until efficacy is established — which could help both patients and payers while still paying back investments on the most effective drugs.
Three components for treating the unhealthy, uncompetitive U.S. health care market — beginning with a buyer’s revolt.
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members weigh in on the barriers and path forward to value-based health care.
Hoangmai Pham & Paul B. Ginsburg
To truly redesign a system, one has to take a holistic approach and move multiple levers in concert, rather than fiddling with individual factors serially and hoping for a coordinated effect.
It should be no surprise that simpler, cheaper, and more convenient care arises from safety-net providers.