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Will mHealth save the NHS Altruism and physician specialty choice. Children’s access to cancer drugs is >6 years behind adults. Interview with Ezekiel Emanual. Do economists need data visualizations...


What research is Healthcare Economist research presenting at ISPOR?

Below are two posters I am presenting at the 2019 International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Annual Meeting. The first poster I presented today, the second poster below I will be presenting tomorrow, May 21, between 6-7pm CDT. HOW MUCH DO INDIVIDUALS VALUE ACCESS TO INNOVATIVE LUNG CANCER THERAPIES A STATED PREFERENCE SURVEY…...


How much should we–and can we–pay for gene therapies? Find out at ISPOR 2019

The 2019 International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Annual Meeting has kicked off in New Orleans. One interesting Panel that I am moderating is titled “How much should we – and can we- pay for gene therapies” I am serving as the moderator and the panelists on this issue panel include: Anupam B.…...


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Check-out your reading list for the weekend: Mental health services after incarceration. Netflix and pills. The physician’s view on workers comp. Provider consolidation in New England. Should we subsidize telecare services...


Are rural hospital closures becoming a crisis?

Perhaps according to Austin Frakt. He writes in JAMA Forum: In every year since 2011, more hospitals have closed than opened…For example, 15 of the 21 hospitals that closed in 2016 were in rural communities, and since 2010, nearly 90 rural hospitals have done so. Hundreds more are at risk of closure.One source of financial challenges to…...


Should the US adopt global budgets for hospitals? Have some states done this already?

While I leave the answer to the first question for another day, the answer to the second question is ‘yes’. Done, Herring and Wu (2019) explain’s Maryland’s approach to global capitation payments for hospitals covering both inpatient and outpatient hospital services. Maryland is the only state that still operates an all-payer rate-setting system for hospitals,…...


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