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Potential impact of individual market reforms

A wide range of changes to stabilize the individual market have been proposed. This special report examines the impact some of the initiatives could have on claims costs and enrollment by the uninsured.

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Next-generation contracting: Managed Medicaid for individuals with special or supportive care needs

This new framework can help states improve their ability to design and contract for managed Medicaid programs for these individuals—and maximize the programs’ likelihood of success.

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Global private payors: A trillion-euro growth industry

Four fundamental forces (risk, technology, regulation, and consumerism) are disrupting the overall trillion-euros-in-revenue global private health insurance market—a market experiencing substantial growth. Private payors must act on the imperatives resulting from these forces if they are to capitalize on the opportunities and avoid obsolescence.

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Navigating the uncertainty of potential ACA ‘repeal and replace’: A preliminary analysis

The findings in this Intelligence Brief provide an introductory perspective on how the next US administration and Congressional Republicans may approach altering the ACA and related legislation. The information is based on publicly reported information released through December 8, 2016. Our Reform Center team is continuing to refresh this perspective on a real-time basis and is closely analyzing potential implications and economic impacts for each policy element under a full range of scenarios.

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Beating the odds: Hiring and retaining an RN workforce to optimize patient outcomes and minimize unnecessary expense

Effective workforce management can increase RN retention, reduce absenteeism, and improve patient outcomes and experience. Here's how to get ahead of emerging challenges.

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The next imperatives for US healthcare

Two steps—increasing healthcare-sector productivity and improving healthcare-market functioning to better balance the supply of and demand for health services—would likely produce sufficient savings to lower medical cost inflation to the rate of GDP growth.