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Benefit Design Patient Cost-Sharing, Background Paper (Background paper)

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Published by United States Government Printing .
Written in English

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages59
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    Open LibraryOL10109906M
    ISBN 100160419409
    ISBN 109780160419409
    OCLC/WorldCa28930541

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Recommended Citation: U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment,Benefit Design in Health Care Reform: Background Paper-Patient Cost-Sharing, OTA-BP-H (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, September ). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

2 I Benefit Design: Patient Cost-Sharing presents the findings of selected studies that have examined the actual imposition of cost-sharing in various settings.

(The other publications in the Benefit Design Series are described in box l-A.) The overall assessment is being conducted in response to a request from the Senate Committee. In the absence of fundamental changes in benefit design, patient cost-sharing becomes, almost by default, a primary point of stakeholder focus.

Conclusions. The survey results suggest few reasons for optimism. In the absence of a strategy widely embraced by insurers and employers, no dramatic changes in benefit design appear on the horizon.

Approaches to Determining Covered Benefits and Benefit Design. This chapter reviews approaches to deciding benefit coverage. Insurance terms such as covered benefit, benefit design, utilization management, and medical management are defined and related to the scope of the committee’s task. The relationship between healthcare insurers and employers plays a critical role today in decisions about benefit design, cost-sharing, and even the coverage of individual products and services.

To better understand how these 2 stakeholders interact in the creation of healthcare benefit design, the Zitter Group conducted a large national study. 2 Benefit Design and Cost Sharing in Medicare Advantage Plans * December to pay, on average, in Our analysis suggests that for most types of services, very few MA plans require cost sharing higher than that charged in FFS Size: KB.

Patient cost-sharing for primary care and prescription drugs is designed to reduce the prevalence of moral hazard in medical utilization. Yet the success of this strategy depends on two factors: the elasticity of demand for those medical goods, and the risk of downstream hospitalizations by reducing access to beneficial health care.

Power to the Patient: Selected Health Care Issues and Policy Solutions (c), ed. by Scott W. Atlas (PDF files with commentary at Hoover Institution) Benefit Design in Health Care Reform: Patient Cost-Sharing (), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment (PDF files at Princeton).

Improving Benefit Design to Promote Effective, Efficient, and Affordable Care. Increasing patient cost sharing is a common strategy implemented by private and public payers to alleviate the pressure on premiums, wages, and taxpayers due to escalating health care spending. Although ACA cost-sharing reductions can increase the generosity Cited by: 3.

In this paper, we explore the role patient incentives play in slowing healthcare spending growth. Evidence suggests that while patients do indeed respond to. Benefit Design in Health Care Reform: Patient Cost-Sharing (), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment (PDF files at Princeton) Filed under: Medical care, Cost of -- Minnesota Managed Care and Competitive Health Care Markets: The Twin Cities Experience (OTA-BP-H; Washington: GPO, ), by United States Congress Office.

Through the Medicare Advantage Value-Based Insurance Design (VBID) Model, CMS is testing a broad array of complementary Medicare Advantage (MA) health plan innovations designed to reduce Medicare program expenditures, enhance the quality of care for Medicare beneficiaries, including those with low incomes such as dual-eligibles, and improve the coordination and.

Request PDF | Cost sharing, benefit design, and adherence: The case of multiple sclerosis | The authors focus on understanding the relationship between costs and cost sharing on medication.

US Congress, Office of Technology Assessment. Benefit design in health care reform: background paper — patient cost sharing.

OTA-BP-H Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, September Google ScholarCited by: Introduction. The prescription drug benefit is one of the fastest growing components of Medicaid spending and one of the program’s most widely utilized services [].Sincepharmacy expenditures have risen almost twice as fast as any other medical services [].Decreased tax revenue, coupled with a double-digit increase in health-care spending, have brought Medicaid.

• benefit design (including patient cost-sharing and coverage exclusions), consumer education, and other approaches that shape patient demand for care; • financial incentives (for example, capitation or bonuses) that are designed to reward physicians or institutions for.

Benefits and Cost Sharing in Separate CHIP Programs May 6, / in Policy Reports Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health / by Anita Cardwell, Joanne Jee and Catherine Hess The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and how it fits into the new coverage landscape established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are receiving increased.

Cost-sharing mechanisms in health insurance schemes: A systematic review 1 Background Cost sharing in health insurance schemes is a crucial method that would influence both health care utilization and financial burden of the insured population.

The economic purpose of health insurance is to reduce financial risk of illness for the. Benefit design uses cost sharing to signal value and incent positive behavior by beneficiaries. However, providers delivering care the patient or the extent to which the service contributes to the patient’s improved health and issue brief — Changes in Health Care Financing & Organization (HCFO) page 2.

The proportion of insured workers with at least a $1, deductible was 41 percent inquadruple that in Hidden in the numbers is the fact that increasing cost sharing for patients with Author: Austin Frakt.The effect of pharmacy benefit design on patient-physician communication about costs Journal of General Internal Medicine, Vol.

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