Hospitals and Health Systems
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Developing Effective Payment and Reimbursement Models
Targeted therapies can come with significant costs. But successful use of personalized medicine can also result in better healthcare outcomes and reduced long-term costs over time. Given this, how we pay for these therapies may require new approaches and models.
Access to the 340B Drug Pricing Program: Is There Evidence of Strategic Hospital Behavior?
Some hospitals adjust their measure that identifies hospitals that treat a disproportionate share of low-income patients to gain 340B eligibility.
The Association of Vertically Integrated Care with Healthcare Use and Outcomes
The researchers examined whether vertically integrated hospital and skilled nursing facility (SNF) care is associated with more efficient use of healthcare and better patient outcomes.
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Hospitals and healthcare systems are under increasing pressure to improve outcomes while reducing costs. This comes as they are also grappling with policy changes, new technologies, and an aging population. Schaeffer Center researchers are analyzing these effects and what they mean for healthcare and health outcomes overall.