Dana Goldman and his colleagues have shown that such subscription models can improve outcomes and save money at the same time.
Pharmacy-benefit managers find ways to boost their bottom line at the expense of employers and patients, writes Geoffrey Joyce in Market Watch.
The authors argue that site-neutral payment under the CMS proposed rule should ultimately be applied to a much broader set of clinical services.
Our year-long study found that doctors prescribed fewer opioids after receiving letters telling them their patient had died from an opioid overdose.
A new Schaeffer Center study shows when a clinician is given information about a patient’s fatal overdose caused by prescription opioids, they decrease their opioid prescribing.
States that expanded Medicaid saw a 40 percent increase in prescription fills for common diabetes drugs in 2014-2015.
Contracts should raise awareness of cost without hurting patients’ access to necessary care. argues Senior Fellow Bob Kocher and his colleague Peter Orszag.
Even with Medicare’s catastrophic insurance, middle-income seniors can be on the hook for thousands of dollars for their medications each year, write Erin Trish and Geoffrey Joyce in STAT.
Using the Future Elderly Model, Schaeffer Center researchers analyze trends in heart failure and estimate what would happen if a cure was discovered.
An interactive graphic shows how frequently the co-payment exceeds the price of commonly prescribed drugs, and provides the average overpayment per drug.