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Data for BPCI Study

December 28, 2016

Medicaid Maternity Outcomes

August 4, 2016

Average Price and Complications Rates for Hysterectomies in NH, by Hospital

July 28, 2016

Which Is The Best Provider

July 15, 2016

Measuring Provider Performance

PAC Rate Performance Measurement

July 22, 2015

Modes of Payment Discourage Information Sharing

Relationship Between Payment and Information Sharing

April 16, 2015

The Medical Cost “Sweet Spot”

The Core of Specialty Demand

October 17, 2014

Change in Health Plan Enrollments

The "One-Stop" Medical Experience Fails to Gain Traction

October 17, 2014

The DRG Mismatch

Is it chest pain or something else? Is it an AMI or CABG or both?…

June 27, 2014

Attending Orthopedic Surgeons Estimates Of Device Costs, By Device Cost.

How well do orthopedic surgeons estimate the costs of joint implants? from Health Affairs 2014; 33:103-109…

January 14, 2014

Of Regional Cost Variation

Chronic Conditions: PAC Costs Drive Total Cost Variation

Of Regional Cost Variation is a set of two slides showing how potentially avoidable complication (PAC) costs drive total cost variation in chronic conditions as well the variation in PAC rates across states.…

May 31, 2013

Of Price, PACs, and Patients

Understanding Sources of Variation in Healthcare Costs

These slides (PDF format) allow you to explore and understand sources of variation in healthcare costs using graphs and charts based on empirical data.…

May 23, 2013

PROMETHEUS® IN PRACTICE

Potential cost savings and bonuses for Tom's routine care

Traditional fee-for-service costs In a traditional fee-for-service payment system, the overall claims costs for one year of Tom’s routine care totals $6,700—assuming no complications. PROMETHEUS Payment budget Under the PROMETHEUS model, the treatment budget is calculated as a patient-specific “Evidence-informed…

September 28, 2011

PROMETHEUS® IN PRACTICE

Potential cost savings and bonuses for Ron's bypass surgery

Traditional fee-for-service costs Under a fee-for-service payment system, the hospital is paid $47,500 for Ron’s bypass procedure. In addition, all professional services for performing the procedure and providing care, including surgeon fees, cost $15,000. The complications caused by Ron’s uncontrolled…

September 28, 2011

PROMETHEUS® IN PRACTICE

Potential cost savings and bonuses for Karen's knee replacement

Traditional fee-for-service costs Under a fee-for-service payment system, assuming no complications, Karen’s knee replacement surgery would likely cost $24,000. Of course, there is a great deal of variability based on regional payment standards, what services are performed, and whether there…

September 28, 2011

PROMETHEUS® IN PRACTICE

Potential cost savings and bonuses for Charles' CHF treatment

Traditional fee-for-service costs Under a fee-for-service payment system, Charles’ ED visit, hospital stay and all associated lab tests and radiology exams cost a total of $11,228. This is in addition to his earlier ED visit, which cost $2,125. Charles is…

September 28, 2011

Healthcare Finance: What I See Clearly Can Be Scary

The CFO's Dilemma May 2011

The CFO’s Dilemma…

September 28, 2011

Impact of Price/Use on Total Premium Cost Growth 2001-2010

Ten Year % Increase in Price and Use

September 9, 2011