The National Pharmaceutical Council (NPC) is a health policy research organization dedicated to the advancement of good evidence and science, and to fostering an environment in the United States that supports medical innovation.
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Stakeholder perception of pharmaceutical value: A multicriteria decision analysis pilot case study for value assessment in the United States
Study shows the impact of a more holistic approach to assessing value and how it can help address gaps within conventional value assessment.
Do Patient Preferences Align with Value Frameworks? A Discrete-Choice Experiment of Patients with Breast Cancer
The study assessed patient preferences for aspects of breast-cancer treatments to evaluate the usual assumptions in scoring rubrics for value frameworks.
Underestimating the Value of an Intervention – The Case for Including Productivity in Value Assessments and Formulary Design
Research shows that including non-health care costs like productivity in value assessment frameworks can change the value assessment of interventions, impact on coverage decisions and subsequent…
Current Landscape: Value Assessment Frameworks
This report analyzed seven existing U.S. value assessment frameworks, comparing and contrasting the strengths and limitations associated with each framework.
U.S. Care Pathways: Continued Focus on Oncology and Outstanding Challenges
A peer-reviewed study assessed changes in development, implementation, and evaluation of care pathways, and reviewed the latest evidence on integration of pathways with value-based care initiatives…
Optimization of Medication Use at Accountable Care Organizations
This study assesses a broad range of factors related to how accountable care organizations optimize medication use and meet financial and quality metrics.
Improving Oncology Quality Measurement in Accountable Care: Filling Gaps with Cross-Cutting Measures
According to a study, gaps in the quality measures used by accountable care programs to assess cancer care may obscure problems in care delivery and lead to missed opportunities for improvement of…
The Central Role of Physician Leadership for Driving Change in Value-Based Care Environments
This case study analyzing accountable care organizations looks at lessons learned from the implementation of the American Medical Group Foundation’s Measure Up/Pressure Down initiative.
Using an Electronic Medication Refill System to Improve Provider Productivity in an Accountable Care Setting
This case study highlights the critical components of Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group's electronic medication refill system that allows for a centralized team to manage all incoming prescription…
Guiding Practices for Patient-Centered Value Assessment
NPC has developed Guiding Practices for Patient-Centered Value Assessment that include 28 specific elements, which are broken out into six key aspects of value assessments: the assessment process,…
Care Pathways in U.S. Health Care Settings: Current Successes and Limitations, and Future Challenges
Care pathways, also known as clinical pathways or integrated care pathways, are typically characterized as a method for managing patient care based on clinical practice guidelines, with the main…
Solutions for Filling Gaps in Accountable Care Measure Sets
This peer-reviewed study, “Solutions for Filling Gaps in Accountable Care Measure Sets,” explores measurement gaps for high-priority conditions and identifies ways to improve measure sets.
Best Practices: An Electronic Drug Alert Program to Improve Safety in an Accountable Care Environment
This case study highlights the critical components of Marshfield Clinic’s Drug Safety Alert Program, which focuses on prioritizing and communicating safety issues related to medications with the goal…
Best Practices: Improving Patient Outcomes and Costs in an ACO Through Comprehensive Medication Therapy Management
This case study explores the important role that pharmacists can play in ensuring the optimal use of pharmaceuticals and improving patient outcomes in an accountable care organization (ACO). It…
Accountable Care Measures for High-Cost Specialty Care and Innovative Treatment
This comprehensive white paper from the National Pharmaceutical Council and Discern Health identified gaps in accountable care quality measure sets for cancer, which can lead to missed opportunities…
Are ACOs Ready to Be Accountable for Medication Use?
This research examined accountable care organizations' capabilities to support, monitor and assure appropriate medication use in achieving the best patient health outcomes.
Role of Pharmaceuticals in Value-Based Healthcare: A Framework for Success
Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) have received a great deal of attention and press through peer-reviewed articles and news stories. In an ACO, providers have at least some financial…