CCHE Friday Seminar Series: Avoidable Hospitalizations and Primary Care Payment Models in Ontario, Canada: A Multivalued Treatment Effects Analysis

from CCHE General Updates Archive Feed at on October 31, 2022 at 03:44PM We are pleased to welcome Nibene Somé this Friday November 4th. Canadian Centre for Health Economics View this email in your browser Dear All,   For this week’s CCHE Health Economics Series, we are pleased to welcome Nibene Somé this Friday November […]

The farce of confidential drug prices (3)

from Econsalut at on October 31, 2022 at 01:12PM  Exploring the consequences of greater price transparency on the dynamics of pharmaceutical markets The 2018 OECD report Pharmaceutical Innovation and Access to Medicines suggested that increased price transparency could promote public accountability, while potentially delivering efficiencies to health systems by including economic considerations in coverage, […]

Drug pricing overhaul

from Econsalut at on October 31, 2022 at 01:12PM  Pricing for Medicine Innovation: A Regulatory Approach to Support Drug Development and Patient Access The message: We introduce a regulatory approach we term “Pricing for Medicine Innovation” (PMI), which departs dramatically from the market-equilibrium assumptions of conventional (neoclassical) economics. The PMI approach recognizes the centrality […]

Association Between Hospital-Physician Vertical Integration and Medication Adherence Rates

from RAND Research Topic: Health and Health Care at on October 28, 2022 at 04:20PM Objective To test the association between vertical integration of primary care providers (PCPs) and adherence rates for anti-diabetics, renin angiotensin system antagonists (RASA), and statins. Data Sources Medicare Part B outpatient fee-for-service claims and Medicare Part D event data […]

Friday Links

from Healthcare Economist at on October 28, 2022 at 02:48PM Reforming the WHOs Essential Medicines List. Should countries ban dual practice by physicians? Evidence on alcohol use. College vaccine mandates and COVID deaths. Using natural experiments for analysis of population health. 4 in 5 pregnancy-related deaths are preventable.

Surrogacy during wartime in Ukraine

from Market Design at on October 28, 2022 at 01:53PM  Surrogacy goes on amidst the war in Ukraine. The NYT has the story: How Ukraine’s Surrogate Mothers Have Survived the War. When Russia invaded, Ukraine’s once-booming surrogacy industry seemed at risk of collapsing. But surrogate mothers and agencies have managed to continue deliveries, and […]