The latest Altarum report on health spending reveals that prices are creeping upward.
The latest Altarum report discusses trends in spending by payer type over the last few years.
A report from the Texas Medical Center Health Policy Institute gives several ideas on how to reduce health spending, which don’t amount to a flea on an elephant.
The Office of the Actuary at CMS issues its annual projection for national health spending in the next ten years.
The annual CMS Office of the Actuary report on national health spending, covering 2016, has been issued.
Research carried in JAMA performs another analysis of what factors appear associated with health spending increases in the US.
More insights from the MedPAC report on national health spending and Medicare.
The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission issues a report on health spending and the Medicare program.
Research carried in the Annals of Family Medicine examines changes in utilization and spending between 1996-97 and 2011-12.
CMS’ Office of the Actuary provides a state-level health spending trend analysis.
Altarum releases its first quarter 2017 health spending trend report.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics issues an update on its disease-centered approach to examining health spending.
A new Statistical Brief from the Agency for Healthcare Quality & Research examines categories of health spending.
A paper published at the National Bureau of Economic Research explores better methods for understanding health spending trends.