Throughout 2015, The American Journal of Managed Care will celebrate 20 years as the leading forum for evidence-based research and commentary on healthcare delivery systems. This page will house content related to the journal’s 20th anniversary, including videos, special guest commentaries, and top papers from throughout the years.

Esteemed Guest Commentaries

A. Mark Fendrick, MD, and Michael E. Chernew, PhD Co-Editors-in-Chief The American Journal of Managed Care
The founding mission of AJMC was to bring the best available and most relevant evidence regarding efficient clinical and managerial practice to a broad spectrum of healthcare stakeholders—a mission that remains unchanged to this day.
 
Dennis P. Scanlon, PhD, Associate Editor, The American Journal of Managed Care
The ultimate goal of the research that will be published in the pages of AJMC and elsewhere over the next decade is to provide those on the ground involved in health reform implementation and health systems redesign with critical, timely evidence in order to make mid-term corrections in the redesign of the US health system going forward.
 
David Blumenthal, MD, MPP, President, The Commonwealth Fund
Innovations are powering the evolution of patient-centered care, and health plans are at the center of this innovation story.
 
Bernard J. Tyson
Focusing on quality and quality measurements has the potential to reduce costs, increase quality, and deliver more value to patients, consumers, and customers.
 
Lonny Reisman, MD, Chief Executive Officer, HealthReveal
Mitigating cost increases through preemptive care and clinical efficacy to reduce the disease burden of clinically at-risk patients.
 
Roy A. Beveridge, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Humana
An analysis of the healthcare industry shift from fee-for-service to value-based reimbursement and how this change creates a more holistic approach to patient care.
 
Margaret E. O'Kane, MHA, President, National Committee for Quality Assurance
Measurement and accountability are now part of the DNA of our entire healthcare system, and cost and quality are both improving.
 
Karen Ignagni, MBA, President and Chief Executive Officer, America’s Health Insurance Plans
Innovations are powering the evolution of patient-centered care, and health plans are at the center of this innovation story.
 
Christine K. Cassel, MD, President and CEO, National Quality Forum
A discussion on meaningful measurement and driving greater value in healthcare, and the role of the National Quality Forum.
 
Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, MBA, president and CEO, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Accountable care organizations can play a key role in building a Culture of Health in which every person in America can have the healthiest life possible.
 
Charles N. Kahn III, MPH, President and CEO, Federation of American Hospitals
Focusing on quality and quality measurements has the potential to reduce costs, increase quality, and deliver more value to patients, consumers, and customers.
 
Ezekiel J. Emanuel, MD, PhD, Chair of the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, University of Pennsylvania, and Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
The American healthcare system is finally moving away from fee-for-service toward bundled payments, but this transition will only be successful if we shift risk to the physicians.
 
 

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