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CU-Making Health Insurance Choices Understandable for Consumers

Apr 2011

This brief highlights the importance of making health insurance choices understandable for consumers into a list of barriers, actionable solutions, and evidence gaps.


RAND-How Will Health Care Reform Affect Costs and Coverage: Examples from Five States

Apr 2011

RAND researchers analyzed the possible impact the coverage provisions in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) could have on health insurance coverage and state government spending on health care in California, Connecticut, Illinois, Montana and Texas.


GU-The Massachusetts and Utah Health Insurance Exchanges: Lessons Learned

Apr 2011

Georgetown University Health Policy Institute researchers examined three key areas of the Massachusetts and Utah exhanges: the quality and choice of plans, the affordabiltiy of coverage, and the ease of enrollment. The researchers gathered selected "lessons learned" from both exchanges.


Hilltop-Health Reform 2011: Where are we now?

Apr 2011

The Hilltop Institute developed a financial modeling tool that was used to help the Maryland Health Care Reform Coordinating Council predict the costs and savings of implementing health reform. Hilltop utilized this tool to predict that implementing health reform will save the state $829 million.


CSHSC-MI Hospital, Health Plan Strengthen Market Positions

Apr 2011

In August 2010, a team of researchers from the Center for Studying Health System Change (HSC), as part of the Community Tracking Study (CTS), visited the Lansing metropolitan area to study how health care is organized, financed and delivered in that community.

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