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July 2021 Petra W. Rasmussen, David Anderson,
Context: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) individual health insurance marketplaces rely on purchasers to make informed choices to impose price and… More
October 2020 George Stoye, Ben Zaranko, Martin Shipley, Martin McKee, Eric J. Brunner,
Context: Expanding access to health care is once again high on the US political agenda, as is concern about those who are being “left behind.” But… More
July 2020 J. Michael McWilliams, Laura A. Hatfield, Bruce E. Landon, Michael E. Chernew,
Context: The Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) establishes incentives for participating accountable care organizations (ACOs) to lower spending… More
June 2020 Erin C. Fuse Brown, Erin Trish, Bich Ly, Mark A. Hall, Loren Adler,
Context: Out‐of‐network air ambulance bills are a growing problem for consumers. Because most air ambulance transports are out‐of‐network and… More
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