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Value-Based Insurance Design Landscape Digest

The "Value-Based Insurance Design Landscape Digest” defines the concept of value-based insurance design (VBID), outlines key objectives, design features and potential barriers to implementation, and describes evaluation tools for measuring the outcomes of VBID programs. The report also highlights how companies like Caterpillar, Inc., Hannaford Brothers Company, and UnitedHealthcare, among others, have adopted VBID programs and reviews the clinical and economic implications of VBID.

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E.V.I.dently: April 2016

MessageValue Assessment Through a Broader, Patient-Focused LensNPC has developed “Guiding Practices for Patient-Centered Value Assessment” to help...
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E.V.I.dently January 2016

MessageThe Importance of Evidence, Value, Access and Innovation in 2016In his annual health care outlook, NPC President Dan Leonard explains why...
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E.V.I.dently October 2015

MessageWhat’s the Fuss About Evidence From Clinical Experience? Here’s Why It MattersAt a health care forum in Washington, DC, earlier this month,...
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#TBT: Value-Based Insurance Design & New Medicare Advantage Model

As part of our Throwback Thursday blog series, we’re taking a look at a topic that’s currently in the news and tagging it with previous research...
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New Study Examines Risk-Sharing Agreements Between Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Payers

(Washington, DC, September 16, 2015)—A newly released study has found that risk-sharing agreements (RSAs) between pharmaceutical companies and health...
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Specialty Medications: Shifting the Focus From “How Much” We Spend to “How Well” We Spend

Washington, DC, June 9, 2014—As health care decision-makers grapple with how to ensure access to specialty medications, the University of Michigan...
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NPC Welcomes Dr. Bryan Luce as PCORI Chief Science Officer

WASHINGTON, DC (April 24, 2013) The National Pharmaceutical Council today welcomed the news that the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (...
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Study Quantifies Impact of Pharmaceuticals on Enhanced Productivity

(WASHINGTON, DC, August 1, 2012)–The costs to employers of chronic health conditions on employee productivity are well documented, but few studies...
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Chain Drug Review – Commentary: “Health Care Outlook for 2015”

This commentary was originally published in the January 5, 2015 issue of Chain Drug Review.By: Dan Leonard, President, National Pharmaceutical...
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Comparative Effectiveness Research and the Changing Health Care Landscape

This content appeared in the January 2, 2012 print edition of Chain Drug Review. In the span of just one year, the health care landscape has...
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Linking Chronic Conditions to Medication Adherence and Productivity

It's no secret that chronic disease is the major driver of health care costs in the United States, accounting for two-thirds of the rise in health...
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Comparative Effectiveness Research: What Will Employers Do With the Information?

For years now, employers have expressed concern about the cost of providing health care to their employees and its impact on the competitiveness of...
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Access to Specialty Medications & Value-Based Insurance Design

Specialty medications have been making health care headlines because of their effectiveness and higher costs. How can we ensure that patients will...
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Supporting Consumer Access to Specialty Medications Through Value-Based Insurance Design

Access to specialty medications is a particularly pressing issue for many people who rely on these treatments for conditions that are often very...
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Shifting the Focus From "How Much" to "How Well" We Spend Our Health Care Dollars

A. Mark Fendrick, MD, director of the Center for Value-Based Insurance design at the University of Michigan, highlights the key findings from a...
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Can We Bring Clarity, Consistency and Transparency to Payer Coverage Decisions?

There is a bit of a "black box" around the formulary decision-making process. As a result, decisions about treatment access are often unpredictable...
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#TBT: Value-Based Insurance Design & New Medicare Advantage Model

As part of our Throwback Thursday blog series, we’re taking a look at a topic that’s currently in the news and tagging it with previous research...
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New Models Like V-BID Driving Value-Based Health Care

From accountable care organizations and bundled payments to patient-centered medical homes and value-based insurance design (V-BID), new delivery and...
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The Value of Value-Based Insurance Design

The ongoing shift in our health care payment and delivery system from volume-based to value-based has generated a lot of attention, especially with...
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CER Tweets of the Week: Study on Six Potential EBM “Biases”; VBID "Gets Its Medicare Close-up" (August 31-September 4)

This week on Twitter, comparative effectiveness research (CER) stakeholders shared a study examining six potential biases against patients and carers...
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