This study investigates fees charged to physicians for certification examinations and finances of the American Board of Medical Specialties member boards.
This study uses data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to understand the extent and variation of physician excess charges by specialty and geographic region.
This Viewpoint from the National Academy of Medicine’s 2016 Vital Directions initiative proposes improvements to the design of health benefits in the United States to enable more effective, efficient, and affordable care for patients.
This Viewpoint discusses vaccine costs and policy and explains the importance of balancing these factors to provide optimal care while restricting spending on costly interventions with limited benefit.
This Viewpoint addresses the benefits and challenges of adopting indication-specific pricing for cancer drugs.
This analysis of claims data from employer-insured patients found that those who accessed a pricing platform to check the cost of clinician visits, laboratory testing services, or imaging studies had lower total claims payments than those who did not check prices.
Robinson and Miller determine whether total expenditures per patient were higher in medical groups owned by local hospitals or multihospital systems compared with groups owned by participating physicians in California between 2009 and 2012.
This retrospective study reports that more competition among US physicians is related to lower prices paid by private preferred provider organizations for office visits.
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