New study finds financial incentives and other behavioral nudges made little difference among certain groups.
A payment rule in the No Surprises Act will likely lead to lower rates for emergency medicine procedures.
ACA exchange plans on average paid 89% of what commercial group plans paid for both inpatient and outpatient procedures.
Informing physicians when a patient dies of an overdose may provide the needed “nudge” to improve prescribing practices.
New analysis of New York data finds considerable variability in patient product choice, even for patients with the same condition.
Average price growth was high among California for-profit systems (31% over the study period), while non-profit and public systems had lower average price growth (13%) than nonsystem hospitals (15%).
Experts from the private and public sectors convened a panel to improve recruitment for Alzheimer’s clinical trials.
Tools used by insurers and PBMs to contain costs result in fewer patients using NOACs or warfarin
Large dialysis chains charge Medicare Advantage plans 27% more than the traditional, fee-for-service Medicare program.
Using multiple medications with known cardiovascular adverse effects at the same time substantially increases cardiovascular risk.