Looking Back and Ahead: AJMC®'s Editors-in-Chief Recap 2018 and Make Predictions for 2019

As 2018 draws to a close, The American Journal of Managed Care®'s co-editors-in-chief recapped their favorite papers published in 2018 and made predictions for 2019.

As 2018 draws to a close, The American Journal of Managed Care® (AJMC®)'s co-editors-in-chief, A. Mark Fendrick, MD, director of the Center for Value-Based Insurance Design at the University of Michigan, and Michael E. Chernew, PhD, director of the Healthcare Markets and Regulation Lab at Harvard Medical School, recapped their favorite AJMC® papers published in 2018, identified events from the year that are likely to impact future research in the journal, and looked ahead to 2019 with healthcare and health policy predictions.

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Financial Burden of Healthcare Utilization in Consumer-Directed Health Plans

A Randomized, Pragmatic, Pharmacist-Led Intervention Reduced Opioids Following Orthopedic Surgery

Overall US Healthcare Spending Growth Slowed for Second Year, CMS Says

Levers to Reduce Use of Unnecessary Services: Creating Needed Headroom to Enhance Spending on Evidence-Based Care

Addressing Low-Value Care and a Better Benefit Design at the V-BID Summit

Federal Judge Strikes Down Affordable Care Act

In the Wake of ACA Ruling, the Only Thing Certain Is Uncertainty

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