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Costs

Starting in 1996 and each year since, HSC researchers have tracked changes in health insurance premiums and underlying health costs at the national level, analyzing the changes and exploring the implications for consumers. HSC researchers also draw on secondary data and the insights of Wall Street analysts and other experts to conduct these analyses.



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Title Date Document Info  
11th Annual Wall Street Comes to Washington Conference June 21, 2006
Conference Transcript
 

Tough Trade-offs: Medical Bills, Family Finances and Access to Care
Jessica H. May, Peter J. Cunningham
June 2004
Issue Brief No. 85
 
A Decade of Tracking Health System ChangePaul B. Ginsburg, Cara S. Lesser March 2006
Commentary No. 2
 
A Primer on Understanding Health Care Cost Trends: December 1996
Issue Brief No. 05
 
Achieving Health Care Cost Containment Through Provider Payment Reform that Engages Patients and ProvidersPaul B. Ginsburg May 2013
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Addressing Spending Trends in MassachusettsPaul B. Ginsburg March 18, 2010
Testimony
 
Aging Plays Limited Role in Health Care Cost TrendsBradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg September 2002
Data Bulletin No. 23
 
An Update on Americans' Access to Prescription DrugsMarie C. Reed May 2005
Issue Brief No. 95
 
Association Health Plans and Alternative Ways to Increase Health Insurance Coverage Among Workers in Small FirmsLen M. Nichols Feb. 5, 2003
Congressional Testimony
 
Back To The Future? New Cost and Access Challenges EmergeCara S. Lesser, Paul B. Ginsburg February 2001
Issue Brief No. 35
 
Commercial Health Plans' Care Management Activities and the Impact on Costs, Quality and OutcomesDebra A. Draper April 11, 2007
Congressional Testimony
 
Consumer Price Shopping in Health Care March 15, 2006
Congressional Testimony
 
Consumers Face Higher Costs As Health Plans Seek to Control Drug SpendingGlen P. Mays, Robert E. Hurley, Joy M. Grossman November 2001
Issue Brief No. 45
 
Containing Health Care Costs: Market Forces and RegulationPaul B. Ginsburg June 30, 2011
Testimony
 
Contrary to Cost-Shift Theory, Lower Medicare Hospital Payment Rates for Inpatient Care Lead to Lower Private Payment RatesChapin White May 2013
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Controlling Health Care CostsPaul B. Ginsburg Oct. 14, 2004
Commentary
 
Cost and Access Challenges: A Comparison of Experiences Between Uninsured and Privately Insured Adults Aged 55 to 64 with Seniors on MedicareTracy Yee, Peter J. Cunningham, Gretchen Jacobson, Tricia Neuman, Zachary Levinson May 2012
Kaiser Family Foundation Issue Brief
 
Despite Fears, Costs Rise Only Modestly in 1998 Fall 1998
Data Bulletin No. 13
 
Disease Management: A Leap of Faith to Lower-Cost,Higher-Quality Health CareAshley C. Short, Glen P. Mays, Jessica Mittler October 2003
Issue Brief No. 69
 
Don't Break Out the Champagne: Continued Slowing of Health Care Spending Growth Unlikely to LastPaul B. Ginsburg January/February 2008
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
       

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