Studies

Studies

Study analyzes the number of ways the federal government, as the largest single payer of health care in the United States, shapes and moves the health care marketplace.
New study shows U.S. health care will "hit the wall' in next 20 years.
Kaiser Permanente’s Charles E. Columbus shares insights on how the health care ecosystem can bring America closer to the desired "Future State of Health Care"
Study analyzes barriers to total transparency and highlights opportunity to reduce Enterprise Healthcare costs and lower overall prices
Companies recognize employer provided health care is in critical condition and will not survive without major transformation.
American Health Policy Institute launches initiative to get inside the "Health Care Black Box."
Both employer sponsored and government exchange health care plans are becoming "unaffordable" under the ACA.
Study finds the healht care excise tax will cost employers over $2,700 per employee in 2018.
The study analyzes the changes in labor force participation rate since the passing of the Affordable Care Act and how further implementation of the law will affect that rate.
Analysis reveals that employers pay significantly lower health care costs per covered life than government programs. The study highlights significant amount of improper Medicare and Medicaid payments.
Conveys the thinking of the top HR officers in America's largest corporations, primarily responsible for making decisions and setting long-term strategies regarding employee health care
Drawing on data from over 100 large employers doing business in the United States, this study offers the first-ever behind-the-scenes look at what employers believe their costs will be under the ACA.
If we are going to make real progress towards a more affordable health care system, the health care marketplace needs to move in the direction of robust transparency.
Despite the need for real health care transparency, many key health care industry stakeholders are resisting efforts to create the kind of full accountability that would drive lower costs and improved quality.
Faced with rising and unsustainable health costs, varying quality, and the uncertainty surrounding the implementation and impact of the Affordable Care Act, large employers must take specific steps in pursuit of a transparent health care market.