The FEM performs at least as well as actuarial forecasts of mortality, while providing policy simulation features that are not available in actuarial models.
Even though racial disparities in mortality rates for older adults have narrowed, the gap between Black and White men in rural counties across the United States continues to widen.
In a study published in Annals of Internal Medicine, we suggest several ways that economic evaluation could become an effective component of value-based decision-making.
We show that no country is immune to the economic fallout of the pandemic because of global interconnections as evidenced by the case of Sweden.
In America today, the elderly report less pain than those in midlife. This is the mystery of American pain.
Policies to address surprise billing could reduce health insurance premiums by 1% to 5%.
Scholars from the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy Georgia’s latest 1332 Proposal, analyzing its major analytical errors and procedural deficiencies that render it unapprovable.
A mandatory business closure over three months results in a 20.3% decline of U.S. GDP on an annual basis, or $4.3 trillion, and an employment decline of 22.4%, representing 35.3 million workers.
This analysis highlights that most cost-utility analyses that cite high cost-effectiveness thresholds also result in greater incremental cost-effectiveness ratios for the novel interventions that they investigate.
Blood‐based biomarker tests are a promising tool to improve triaging Alzheimer’s disease at the primary care level.