The April issue of Health Affairs, a variety issue, contains studies on issues from health coverage for pregnant immigrant women to seat-belt use in the United States.
A personal perspective highlights the patient and family experience with post-acute care services and puts current research needs in context.
We've entered an era in which predicting Medicare Advantage growth has become difficult and more speculative.
The March 2017 issue of Health Affairs contains a collection of papers about delivery system innovation.
OK, you knew that already. But what are the implications for access to care?
A number of solutions have been proposed to help lower costs and improve access to care by attracting healthier people to risk pools. Barbara Markham Smith of Health Management Associates, an AcademyHealth Organizational Affiliate, shares her thoughts on the role of high-deductibles in the instability of the Marketplaces.
AcademyHealth awarded its 2013 Health Services Research (HSR) Impact Award to work that used for the first time a randomized, controlled study design to answer questions about how access to public insurance affects health, health care use, and other outcomes.
Will evidence matter in 2017? If we want to truly transform health and health care in this country, it must. AcademyHealth President and CEO Lisa Simpson writes about the key areas in health policy where evidence should matter most.
As employer-sponsored insurance becomes more expensive for children, public programs are picking up the slack.
Most Americans will need long-term services and supports (LTSS) later in life for assistance completing daily self-care activities such as bathing, dressing or using the bathroom. AcademyHealth’s LTSS Interest Group’s Vice Chair John Cutler shares his thoughts on what could be next for long-term care as policymakers are continually challenged to find more efficient ways to provide high quality care for those who need it.