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Healthcare Price Regulation and Public Options: Assessing Approaches to Increasing the Public Role
Part 2 of a panel series on healthcare price regulation honoring Uwe E. Reinhardt (1937-2017)
Georgia’s Latest 1332 Proposal Continues To Violate the ACA
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.
Is the Choice of Cost-Effectiveness Threshold in Cost-Utility Analysis Endogenous to the Resulting Value of Technology? A Systematic Review
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.
The “Advancing American Kidney Health” Executive Order: Challenges and Opportunities for the Large Dialysis Organizations
This perspective in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases examines how the “Advancing American Kidney Health” Executive Order (AAKH) might reshape the US dialysis market.
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