Schaeffer Initiative researchers explore why surprise out-of-network billing occurs and how federal and state governments can respond to eliminate these surprise bills and reduce inflated health care costs.
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Effects of Weakening Safeguards in the Administration’s Health Reimbursement Arrangement Proposal
Researchers from the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy discuss the negative effects of allowing firms to subsidize the purchase of individual market coverage and why the associated costs are likely to outweigh the benefits to employers and their workers.
Evaluating the Administration’s Health Reimbursement Arrangement Proposal
Schaeffer Initiative experts describe the recent proposed rule by HHS that would loosen the rules governing Health Reimbursement Arrangements and its likely effects on insurance markets, employers, workers, and Marketplaces.
Medicare Graduate Medical Education Funding is Not Addressing the Primary Care Shortage: We Need a Radically Different Approach
Schaeffer Initiative experts evaluate the impact of Medicare funding for hospitals, physicians and medical education on specialty selection by new doctors.