Using data from the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS), USC-Brooking Schaeffer Initiative Associate Director Loren Adler found that the state’s arbitration process is substantially increasing what New Yorkers pay for health care.
Helping people benefit from the programs for which they are eligible could have a significant impact on the share of Americans with health coverage, possibly making the idea of automatic enrollment into coverage attractive across the political spectrum.
Should Congress reauthorize funding for the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)? Professor William Padula writes the PCORI can generate research relevant for shifting to value-based healthcare.
With a number of competing proposals on the table, which path should policymakers follow, while keeping costs affordable and sustainable? The event included keynote speaker California Attorney General Xavier Becerra.