Involving the private sector in Chinese health care could be beneficial, but a market only works with the right ingredients. An American health care economist shares lessons the U.S. has learned about its downsides.
Healthcare Payment Models
Creative healthcare finance and making use of alternative payment models can lead to innovative healthcare payment solutions that drive value. How does your organization's revenue model stack up?
Article by Frank Opelka
The complexity associated with most surgery lends itself to the integrated practice unit structure, with its focus on the care team and value-based payment.
Case Study by Paul N. Casale, Jonathan Gordon, Michael G. Stewart, George A. Cioffi, David Alge & Emme Deland
How NewYork Quality Care achieved shared savings — by strengthening collaboration, enhancing care management with telehealth, and transparently sharing performance data.
Talk by David J. Cook
Though demand for health services in China has outpaced the development of management systems to provide those services, China has the goal, the means, and the commitment to change health care.
Article by Teryl Nuckols, Scott Weingarten & Thomas M. Priselac
Academic medical centers must become as dedicated to advancing operational and clinical efficiency as they have been to advancing the science of medicine.
Article by Cathy Schoen, Karen Davis & Amber Willink
A proposal to improve the Medicare benefit package.
Article by David J. Cook & Paula Li
Context is the key to understanding China’s health care system and its emphasis on population health.
Article by Christopher R. Dale & R. Guy Hudson
We should modernize our payment mechanisms to reflect the reality of our digitally enabled lives.
Article by Roslyn Murray, Maclaine Lehan & Suzanne F. Delbanco
Innovative models are showing promise, but limited transparency and peer-reviewed research hamper expansion.
Insights Report by Leemore Dafny & Chris DeRienzo
Efforts to mitigate rising health care costs have left most industry participants — patients, providers, and payers alike — frustrated at the lack of progress. While there is plenty of blame to go around, a significant open question remains: how responsible are patients for reducing costs?