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Costs

Starting in 1996 and each year since, HSC researchers have tracked changes in health insurance premiums and underlying health costs at the national level, analyzing the changes and exploring the implications for consumers. HSC researchers also draw on secondary data and the insights of Wall Street analysts and other experts to conduct these analyses.



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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
If the Price is Right, Most Uninsured—Even Young Invincibles—Likely to Consider New Health Insurance MarketplacesPeter J. Cunningham, Amelia M. Bond September 2013
HSC Research Brief No. 28
 
High and Varying Prices for Privately Insured Patients Underscore Hospital Market PowerChapin White, Amelia M. Bond, James D. Reschovsky September 2013
HSC Research Brief No. 27
 
The Surge in Urgent Care Centers: Emergency Department Alternative or Costly Convenience?Tracy Yee, Amanda E. Lechner, Ellyn R. Boukus July 2013
HSC Research Brief No. 26
 
High-Intensity Primary Care: Lessons for Physician and Patient EngagementTracy Yee, Amanda E. Lechner, Emily Carrier October 2012
NIHCR Research Brief No. 9
 
Small Employers and Self-Insured Health Benefits: Too Small to Succeed?Tracy Yee, Jon B. Christianson, Paul B. Ginsburg July 2012
Issue Brief No. 138
 
State Benefit Mandates and National Health ReformChapin White, Amanda E. Lechner February 2012
NIHCR Policy Analysis No. 8
 
Medical Bill Problems Steady for U.S. Families, 2007-2010Anna Sommers, Peter J. Cunningham December 2011
Tracking Report No. 28
 
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance: Down but Not OutJon B. Christianson, Ha T. Tu, Divya R. Samuel October 2011
Issue Brief No. 137
 
Rising Hospital Employment of Physicians: Better Quality, Higher Costs?Ann S. O'Malley, Amelia M. Bond, Robert A. Berenson August 2011
Issue Brief No. 136
 
Working at Cross Purposes: Health Care Expansions May Jumpstart Local Economies but Fuel Nation's Fiscal WoesChapin White, Paul B. Ginsburg August 2011
Commentary No. 5
 
Wide Variation in Hospital and Physician Payment Rates Evidence of Provider Market PowerPaul B. Ginsburg November 2010
HSC Research Brief No. 16
 
Innovations in Preventing and Managing Chronic Conditions: What's Working in the Real World?Alwyn Cassil June 2010
Issue Brief No. 132
 
Efficiency and Quality: The Role of Controlling Health Care Cost Growth in Health Care ReformPaul B. Ginsburg June 3, 2009
Commentary
 
Financial and Health Burdens of Chronic Conditions GrowHa T. Tu, Genna R. Cohen April 2009
Tracking Report No. 24
 
More Nonelderly Americans Face Problems Affording Prescription DrugsLaurie E. Felland, James D. Reschovsky January 2009
Tracking Report No. 22
 
Living on the Edge: Health Care Expenses Strain Family BudgetsPeter J. Cunningham, Carolyn Miller, Alwyn Cassil December 2008
HSC Research Brief No. 10
 
Rising Rates of Chronic Health Conditions: What Can Be Done?Alwyn Cassil November 2008
Issue Brief No. 125
 
Massachusetts Health Reform: High Costs and Expanding Expectations May Weaken Employer SupportDebra A. Draper, Laurie E. Felland, Allison Liebhaber, Johanna Lauer October 2008
Issue Brief No. 124
 
Trade-Offs Getting Tougher: Problems Paying Medical Bills Increase for U.S. Families, 2003-2007Peter J. Cunningham September 2008
Tracking Report No. 21
 
Massachusetts Health Reform: Employers, Lower-Wage Workers and Universal CoverageLaurie E. Felland, Debra A. Draper, Allison Liebhaber July 2007
Issue Brief No. 113
 
       

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