This article is the latest in the Health Affairs Forefront series, Provider Prices in the Commercial Sector, featuring analysis and discussion of physician, hospital, and other health care provider ...
The authors explore how the end of affirmative action negatively impacts Black maternal health programs and outcomes and ...
In this article, we discuss how California is building on the federal Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA) ...
This article is the latest in the Health Affairs Forefront series, Accountable Care for Population Health, featuring analysis and discussion of how to understand, design, support, and measure ...
Community health leaders, researchers, and others have long recognized the influence that social, economic, and structural ...
CMS recently proposed several regulations aimed at reforming the Medicare Advantage program. The authors discuss the ...
Policy decisions benefit from having more rather than less information, so requiring data on actual net costs will improve ...
A new law allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices makes Medicare similar to other countries’ national health authorities ...
It is important to remain committed to upstream prevention, early intervention, and treatment when indicated now and into the ...
Mariana C. Arcaya, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Ingrid Gould Ellen ([email protected]), New York University, New York, New York ...
Diabetes should be considered a global epidemic that must be addressed immediately with bold international commitments and ...
CMS’s proposed rule from CMS for 2025 includes key changes for states and meaningful new tools they can leverage in their work to increase integration.