Impact of Price & Usage on Healthcare Costs Continue to Be Drivers in Both Directions Six regions participate in review of spending patterns against baseline benchmark in new report November 8, 2018 — Portland, ME — Variation of the total cost of healthcare in six states continues to be driven by local patterns of healthcare […]
In February 2018, NRHI released the annual Benchmark Report “Healthcare Affordability: Untangling Cost Drivers.” This report featured the innovative work Maryland Health Care Commission (MHCC) is doing to bring prices down across the state. Read the recent article by Modern Healthcare featuring MHCC’s Wear the Cost campaign and the NRHI benchmark report.
In a roundup style article, Becker’s Hospital Review writes about NRHI’s recently released benchmark report findings – read the full article by visiting Becker’s website.
“Here’s why Coloradans pay more for health care” reports Denver Business Journal in recent article featuring data from the Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC) in newly released benchmark report. Read the full article.
“Healthcare costs in five states differ because of variation in how services are used and the price of those services, according to a new report,” writes Modern Healthcare in response to NRHI’s newest report (Healthcare Affordability: Untangling Cost Drivers). Read the full article by visiting Modern Healthcare’s website.
In response to today’s newly released benchmark report, titled “Healthcare Affordability: Untangling Cost Drivers”, the American Journal of Managed Care (AJMC) writes an article titled “Local Patterns of Healthcare Usage, Pricing Drive Affordability, Report Says.”