Tag Archives: Employer-Sponsored Insurance
From eleven funded studies, the RWJF and AcademyHealth report early findings about consumers' trust in the health care system. They also announce a Call for Proposals for empirical research to gain understanding of how to build patients' trust and foster mutual respect across the many facets of...
September 26, 2017
There is a dearth of evidence on the impact of payment reforms within employer health plans. However, employers can play a role in generating and sharing the evidence that they seek.
September 15, 2017
The ACA replacement proposals under consideration will affect not just those who rely on Medicaid or marketplace plans, but also the 150 million of us who count on good coverage at work.
July 6, 2017
In this post, we aim to illuminate the underlying forces that led to dramatic increases in premiums so as to clarify the historical record and provide lessons for policymakers who aim to replace the ACA.
February 8, 2017
Even For Large Employers, The Future Of Delivery System Reform And Publicly Financed Coverage Matters
Large employers have a material interest in two major health reform issues: value-based payment and delivery reform and publicly financed coverage.
January 31, 2017
Even if the ACA stays in place, there will still be almost 30 million people without health insurance. The initial goal of reform should be: making sure everyone has access to health insurance that is affordable and that gives them dependable access to medical care.
January 18, 2017
Job-based plans offered to employees and their families cover 150 million people in the United States. If the ACA is repealed, they stand to lose critical consumer protections that many have come to expect of their employer plan.
January 11, 2017
Rather than placing all our bets on one theory of the case, we should be assembling and pursuing a balanced, diversified, and comprehensive portfolio of strategies.
November 18, 2016
The Healthy Indiana Plan was recognized as the most significant departure from traditional Medicaid ever approved by CMS, and ignited a national conversation about the implications of its consumer-driven design for able-bodied adults in Indiana and potentially other reform-minded states.
August 29, 2016
Fixing The ‘Family Glitch’ Will Boost Economic Security For Low-Income Families And Increase Marketplace Stability
Research published in the July issue of Health Affairs concludes that fixing the family glitch reduces family health spending but increases government costs. Reading beyond the headlines, however, we see other benefits---namely greater economic security for low-income families and increased...
July 27, 2016