On Thursday, October 11, New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute (NJHCQI) released a data set detailing healthcare spending and costs in the state. “The data show that health care spending in New Jersey rose faster than the national average even while utilization for certain types of services decreased over the same period. While health care […]
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.
Healthcare Dive reports on NRHI’s newly released benchmark report by writing: “Reducing healthcare costs not one-size-fits-all, report finds.” Read the full article.
“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.
MedPage Today writes, “Report: Use, Not Price, Drives State Health Costs – Wide variation seen among states in new study” after reviewing newest benchmark report findings. Read the full article by Shannon Firth.
New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute (NJHCQI) held their Winter conference in early December to discuss improving quality while still lowering costs. Keynote speaker, Niall Brennan, said: “You can’t find a hospital CEO who will say, ‘I want my institution to be 25 percent smaller in ten years.’ If you did, he or she would […]