Partnerships at various socio-ecologic levels have been identified as key elements in achieving comprehensive systems change and population health goals.
Health apps may have the potential to dramatically improve people’s lives, but those based on misleading or bogus information can cause serious harm.
Because consumers don’t realize that the price of health care products and services is set very differently than prices in other markets, it leads to perceptions and behaviors that can be expensive and even dangerous.
We must sustain enough resources and vigilance to prevent what we can and respond when we have to.
Consumer involvement in care decisions results in safer, more effective, and less expensive health care.
Senior Fellow for Health and Economics, National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation
Health Economist, London School of Economics
Vice President and Director, Altarum Center for Sustainable Health Spending