Tag: Payment Reform

NYT Editorial: How Insurers Can Help

An editorial in today’s New York Times, “How Insurers Can Help,” highlights what health plans can do to help control health care costs. Continue reading

Posted in: Health Care Costs

AHIP Testimony on Implementation of Exchanges

The House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health hosted a hearing focused on the implementation status of health insurance exchanges and related regulations. Dan Durham, Executive Vice President for Policy and Regulatory Affairs at AHIP, testified at the hearing. Continue reading

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Health Plans Working to Improve Care Through New Provider Payment Models

A new Health Affairs blog post discusses the problems associated with medication non-adherence and the opportunities that exist to improve. Continue reading

Posted in: Issue Alert

AP: Patient-Centered Medical Homes Show Results, Cost Savings

The AP examines the impact of patient-centered medical homes and the positive results and cost savings associated with the new model. Continue reading

Posted in: Health Care Costs, In Case You Missed It

Building off the Private Sector: Delivery and Payment Reform Initiatives Underway

A map of private sector delivery and payment reform initiatives underway throughout the United States. Continue reading

Posted in: AHIP, Issue Alert