A new article based on the Employee Benefits Research Institute survey regarding patient engagement finds that health plan satisfaction doesn’t increase over time.
A paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research examines the impact of the ACA on health behaviors.
Online physician reviews are not consistent with more credible patient satisfaction surveys.
A commentary in the New England Journal of Medicine takes on the myth that medical costs are causing large numbers of consumers to go bankrupt.
A survey from EBRI discusses consumer engagement in health, with comparisons among generations.
Following up yesterday’s post, here is another survey on worker attitudes toward health care and health plans.
An Employee Benefits Research Institute survey examines worker attitudes toward health care and health plans.
Leavitt Partners surveys physicians, employers and consumers to ascertain perspectives on the US health system.
A Grand Rounds report discusses whether and how consumers consider quality in evaluating physicians.
A summary of results across multiple trials finds that to date, wearables are having no discernible impact on health.
A report from Accenture describes results from a survey of patient preferences regarding medical products.
A paper published at the National Bureau of Economic Research explores the concept of moral hazard in regard to health service use.
A study in the Journal of Health Economics examines health care price elasticities.
Research in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association finds no association between availability and use of a patient portal and hospital readmissions.