Keyword: National Bureau of Economic Research
A paper published by the National Bureau of Economic research Monday says expanding Medicaid improved the financial health of many Michiganders.
Physician offices spend a lot of money on billing costs, and a new study finds they deal with $11 billion in challenged revenue annually from insurers.
Payers could expand adoption of high-deductible health plans by educating consumers about them, according to a new report.
Had the federal risk corridor program not ended, individual market premiums would not have risen so sharply, according to new research.
State Medicaid programs could see drug spending drop considerably by fully privatizing the delivery of pharmacy benefits, according to a recent study.
Ascension is entering the next phase of its journey to rebrand its hospitals, this time focusing on six new health system markets.
What happens when doctors consolidate in multispecialty practices? Fees go up, according to a new study.
Catholic hospitals are growing in number and so is their impact on reproductive services, according to new research.
The Affordable Care Act's effect on the job market was close to zero, new research says.
Replacing federal Medicaid funding with block grants could affect millions of underserved Americans.