Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration

This Research Insights summarizes findings from a new study showing that hospital market power drives higher negotiated prices for privately insured patients.

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This Research Insights summarizes a study showing that provider-side price responses exist but appear to be modest.

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This Research Insights summarizes a new study that takes a closer look at the idea of focusing on end-of-life spending as a way to trim wasteful health care spending.

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This Research Insights breaks down new evidence that patients aren’t shopping for the best price for health care services—even for procedures like MRIs that should be simple to comparison shop.

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This Research Insights summarizes a new study that found that reference pricing helped to reduce health spending by spurring consumers to shop around for the best value medical services.

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This Research Insights summarizes findings from a study showing that a small percentage of nursing homes—particularly larger and for-profit facilities—are using self-reported scores to inflate their ratings in Medicare's five-star nursing home rating system.

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