The Individual Insurance Market: A Building Block for Health Care Reform?

May 2008
Kirk, A.

Health care reform is high on the agenda of policymakers at both the state and federal levels, and the individual insurance market is central to many proposals under discussion or in early implementation. This report by Adele M. Kirk, Ph.D. discusses the potential for existing HCFO research about the individual insurance market to inform debate about current health care reform proposals. Learn more in the HCFO Report.

Public Perspectives on Health Delivery System Reforms

June 2009
Bernstein, J.

Better understanding public views could help policymakers avoid potential problems both in designing, describing, and marketing reform proposals. This report, “Public Perspectives on Health Delivery Reform,” by Jill Bernstein, Ph.D., provides a detailed analysis of public opinion and health services research studies of public views of health delivery system reforms.

Rewarding Results Pay-for-Performance: Lessons for Medicare

March 2008
Folsom, A. et al.

To what extent can we draw lessons from early pay-for-performance (P4P) demonstrations and how are they transferable to the Medicare environment? This report summarizes the results of early pay-for-performance demonstrations in the private sector in order to design, implement, and evaluate new P4P initiatives. Learn more in the HCFO Findings Brief.

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