Congress should ensure adequate funding for research on the comparative effectiveness of treatment interventions, including prescription drugs, medical dev
In 2016, the U.S. spent $3.3 trillion on health care. That is about 17.9 percent of the nation’s economic output or gross domestic product (GDP).
Key transformations in the organization and delivery of care hold great promise not only for improvements in quality
Federal and state governments and employers should explore and pursue innovative strategies to reduce health care costs- to constrain growth in price, volu
Federal and state governments should test and evaluate payment approaches that create incentives for providers to be more efficient and effective and that
Fraud and abuse are significant problems affecting costs in the health care system. They come in many forms.
All levels of government and the private sector should adequately fund and support antifraud and anti-abuse efforts.
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Federal antitrust laws protect open competition in economic markets. Antitrust laws reflect
Accurate food labeling and advertising: The links between diet and health, and between obesity and