• October 22, 2014Web First
  • The Impact Of Noneconomic Damage Caps

  • The study found that a $250,000 cap reduced average malpractice payments by 20 percent, but a less restrictive $500,000 cap had no significant effect; there were variations on the caps based on specialty.
  • Seth A. Seabury, Eric Helland, and Anupam B. Jena
  • October 17, 2014Graduate Medical Education
  • Moving Forward On GME

  • Richard Rieselbach and coauthors outline a proposal to expand graduate medical education focused on Teaching Health Centers.
  • October 16, 2014Health Spending
  • The Health Spending-GDP Link

  • Jason Hockenberry and Kenneth Thorpe note that slower health spending growth can moderate GDP growth and discuss how we should think about this interaction.
  • October 12, 2014ACA Implementation
  • Reference Pricing And Network Adequacy

  • Tim Jost analyzes Affordable Care Act regulatory guidance on reference pricing and network adequacy that contains reasoning with potentially broad implications.
  • The Ninety-Day Grace Period

  • Under the ACA, insurers must wait three months before cancelling the policies of subsidized enrollees who are delinquent on premium payments.October 16, 2014
  • The Physician Payments Sunshine Act

  • New regulations require medical product manufacturers to publicly report payments made to physicians and teaching hospitals.October 02, 2014