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Listening In (With Permission): Mark Fendrick on the Future of Value-Based Insurance Design

July 10, 2017

Listen as Suzanne dials up Mark Fendrick, MD, Director of the Center for Value-Based Insurance Design and General Internist at the University…

Health Care Prices Vary, but Your Costs Don’t Have to

July 06, 2017

Here’s a new take on Goldilocks we bet you’ve never heard before.  After years of fleeing from angry bears, Goldilocks…

What Happens When Payment & Benefit Design Clash?

June 27, 2017

Providers, health plans, purchasers, and consumers alike may be doing their part to push the health care system to deliver…

Listening In (With Permission): Dr. Tom Delbanco on OpenNotes

June 26, 2017

Take this special opportunity to listen to Suzanne talk to her father Tom Delbanco, MD, Professor at Harvard Medical School…

Heard in the News: Freestanding Emergency Care Centers

June 20, 2017

On April 25, 2017, there was a story on NBC’s Nightly News about a mother whose child had a fever…

Listening In (With Permission): Mike Thompson on consumerism

June 19, 2017

Listen in as Suzanne Delbanco dials up Mike Thompson, President and CEO of the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions,…

Throwback Thursday: Tailoring Reforms to Local Market Dynamics

June 15, 2017

One year ago, CPR highlighted the importance of shaping health care payment and delivery reforms to the local market based,…

You’re five steps away from a smarter health care strategy

June 13, 2017

If you’re an HR or health benefits manager, Catalyst for Payment Reform is on a mission to empower you to…

Listening In (With Permission): Jen Benz on personalizing employee communications

June 12, 2017

Suzanne Delbanco dials up Jen Benz, founder and CEO of Benz Communications, to tackle a range of topics related to…

Making the case for alternative sites of care

June 07, 2017

Everyone knows how this story goes: You’re not feeling well and decide you need to see a doctor.  You call…

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