The Maryland Health Care Commission started a statewide campaign to get consumers more involved in their healthcare so that they can make better, more informed decisions. The Wear The Cost campaign takes the approach that “we won’t control the high costs of health care until we’re all talking about it.” Their campaign has gained national […]
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.
NRHI & Seven Members Awarded Five-Year Contract with Maryland Health Department PORTLAND, ME – April 9, 2018 – The Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI), a national nonprofit organization representing regional health collaboratives (RHICs) across the country, was chosen as one of 19 contractors to provide expertise in the implementation of Maryland’s all-payer model over […]
The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, based in Grand Junction, Colorado, reports on what Maryland is doing right to address the rising cost of healthcare. The article highlights findings from NRHI’s benchmark report, which was released in February 2018. Learn more by reading the full article.
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.