Erin Trish spoke at the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation on February 16, 2023 about the complex and influential role that pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) play in the pharmaceutical distribution system.
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Medicare Physician Payment Reform After Two Years: Examining MACRA Implementation and the Road Ahead
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Examining Surprise Billing: Protecting Patients from Financial Pain
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Economic Aspects of the Opioid Crisis
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Comments on CMS’s proposed rule for implementation of MACRA provisions
Paul Ginsburg and his colleagues suggest three ways in which CMS can further achieve its stated goal to “expand the opportunities for participation in APMs” by better supporting providers’ transition under MACRA.
Fostering Competition in Consolidated Markets
Paul Ginsburg testified before the California Senate Committee on Health, focusing on implications and complexities of provider competition.
Examining Consolidation in the Health Insurance Industry and its Impact on Consumers
Paul Ginsburg testified on capital hill about the proposed mergers within the insurance industry, and the impact of those mergers on consumers. In his remarks, Ginsburg noted that health insurance mega-mergers such as those sought by Aetna and Anthem are extremely complex, difficult to analyze and could cost consumers. Explaining why the health insurance market is […]
How Can We Make Health Care More Affordable?
Neeraj Sood testified before the California State Senate Committee on Health.
Examining Health Care Competition: Limited Networks
Paul Ginsburg presented about insurance and provider networks during an FTC-DOJ workshop.