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Ultimately, all health care is organized and delivered at ground level-in local communities-where HSC collects information about the changing health system. HSC research provides perspectives on the role of employers/consumers, health plans, hospitals and physicians in local health care markets.

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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Ten Years of Tracking Health System Change: The Evolution of CompetitionPaul B. Ginsburg Feb. 2, 2005
Physician Incomes in Rural and Urban AmericaJames D. Reschovsky, Andrea Staiti January 2005
Issue Brief No. 92
Wall Street Comes to Washington August 2004
Issue Brief No. 87
Rhetoric vs. Reality: Employer Views on Consumer-Driven Health CareSally Trude, Leslie Jackson Conwell July 2004
Issue Brief No. 86
Wall Street Comes to Washington June 24, 2004
Conference Transcript
Employers Shift Rising Health Care Costs to Workers: No Long-term Solution in SightLydia E. Regopoulos, Sally Trude May 2004
Issue Brief No. 83
Can Market Competition Cure an Ailing Health System? March 12, 2004
Conference Transcript
Managed Care Redux: Health Plans Shift Responsibilities to ConsumersDebra A. Draper, Gary Claxton March 2004
Issue Brief No. 79
Emergency Department Diversions: Hospital and Community Strategies Alleviate the CrisisLinda R. Brewster, Laurie E. Felland March 2004
Issue Brief No. 78
Leapfrog Patient-Safety Standards are a Stretch for Most HospitalsKelly Devers, Gigi Y. Liu February 2004
Issue Brief No. 77
Supplementary Data
Patient Cost-Sharing Innovations: Promises and PitfallsSally Trude, Joy M. Grossman January 2004
Issue Brief No. 75
For-Profit Conversions and Merger Trends Among Blue Cross Blue Shield Health PlansJoy M. Grossman, Bradley C. Strunk January 2004
Issue Brief No. 76
Getting Along or Going Along? Health Plan-Provider Contract Showdowns SubsideJustin White, Robert E. Hurley, Bradley C. Strunk January 2004
Issue Brief No. 74
Tiered-Provider Networks: Patients Face Cost-Choice Trade-OffsGlen P. Mays, Gary Claxton, Bradley C. Strunk November 2003
Issue Brief No. 71

Health Care Market Stabilizes, but Rising Costs and State Budget Woes Loom in Boston
John F. Hoadley, Debra A. Draper, Sylvia Kuo, Peter J. Cunningham, Jessica Mittler, Len M. Nichols, Gloria J. Bazzoli, Justin White, Robert A. Berenson
Fall 2003
Community Report No. 12
Disease Management: A Leap of Faith to Lower-Cost,Higher-Quality Health CareAshley C. Short, Glen P. Mays, Jessica Mittler October 2003
Issue Brief No. 69
Medical Malpractice Liability Crisis Meets Markets: Stress in Unexpected PlacesRobert A. Berenson, Sylvia Kuo, Jessica H. May September 2003
Issue Brief No. 68
Premium Hikes and Malpractice Insurance Disrupt Miami Health Care MarketGlen P. Mays, Sally Trude, Lawrence P. Casalino, Laurie E. Felland, Gary Claxton, Megan McHugh, Hoangmai H. Pham, Jessica H. May Summer 2003
Community Report No. 11
Wall Street Comes to Washington August 2003
Issue Brief No. 67
Population Growth, Economic Downturn Stress Phoenix's Health Care CapacityAshley C. Short, Jon B. Christianson, Debra A. Draper, Linda R. Brewster, Robert E. Hurley, Richard Sorian, Lawrence D. Brown, Gigi Y. Liu Summer 2003
Community Report No. 10

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