Value-Based Insurance Design


On July 27 at 10 am EDT, The American Journal of Managed Care will host a tweetchat with the University of Michigan Center for Value Based Insurance Design to discuss moving from volume to value in healthcare and changing the cost discussion from “how much” to “how well.”
A systematic review of insurance benefit designs with differential cost sharing for substitute prescription drugs.
It is with an incredibly heavy heart that we must announce the death of our good friend and AJMC associate editor, Seema Sonnad. Seema suffered a fatal cardiac arrhythmia while running an ultramarathon in Seattle.
A bipartisan effort reintroduced legislation that would establish a demonstration in Medicare Advantage to evaluate the use of value-based insurance design's ability to reduce copayments and coinsurance for some Medicare Advantage beneficiaries, reported the University of Michigan Center for Value-Based Insurance Design.
This study describes the small number of individuals responsible for larger shares of healthcare cost persistently over a 3-year period.


April 6th to 11th, 2014
Bedford, MA
July 3rd to 5th, 2014
Orlando, FL