Value-Based Insurance Design

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There are desirable and undesirable effects of high-deductible health plans, and the use of value-based insurance design may mitigate adverse effects of these plans, explained Niteesh Choudhry, MD, PhD, associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.
What we're reading, June 23, 2016: Medicare's fund will be insolvent 2 years earlier than estimated last year; nearly 1 in 3 Medicare beneficiaries received an opioid prescription in 2015; House Republicans' health plan calls for greater use of value-based insurance design; and the Democrats urge the Department of Justice to block Anthem-Cigna and Aetna-Humana mergers.
What we're reading, June 22, 2016: Obama administration targets young individuals for Affordable Care Act enrollment; Boeing is directly contracting with a major California health system to provide employee benefits; growing interest in the use of value-based insurance design.
High-deductible health plans have a role to play, but it's important that they aren't used in such a way as to create a disincentive of the use of a consumer's benefits, said Niteesh Choudhry, MD, PhD, associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.
In order to combat a projected budget gap of $3.8 billion, Connecticut state employees were provided the opportunity to enroll in a program using value-based insurance benefit design concepts.

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