• January 18, 2017Web First
  • US Six-Month Drug Market Exclusivity Extensions Could Yield Nearly $100 Million

  • A new study, estimating the costs of the clinical trials and potential economic gain arising from a six-month drug exclusivity extension, found that the median discounted financial gain for each product would have been $94.6 million, with blockbuster drugs predictably enjoying the highest returns.
  • Aaron Kesselheim, Ben Rome, and coauthors
  • January 19, 2017Costs And Spending
  • Using CBO Scoring Correctly

  • Stuart Guterman writes that it is vital to examine the Congressional Budget Office's role in the legislative process as we engage in a new round of debate over health reform.
  • January 15, 2017Health Affairs Events
  • February Issue Briefing

  • Join us on Tuesday, February 7 in Washington, DC for our February issue briefing about the work/health relationship.
  • January 09, 2017Accountable Care
  • Disparities Found In ACOs

  • Valerie Lewis and coauthors find that ACOs serving high proportions of racial and ethnic minorities lag in quality performances.
  • From Obamacare To Trumpcare

  • Will lawmakers repeal and replace or amend the ACA? What is the background on premium supports, block grants, and private insurance regulation? Health Affairs covers health reform in nonpartisan articles and briefs plus timely blogs from multiple points of view.
  • Culture Of Health

  • Our Culture of Health topic hub brings together Web links from the new issue, as well as other related journal articles and posts from Health Affairs Blog.
  • Global Health Policy

  • Health Affairs regularly explores global health policy matters in journal articles, Health Affairs Blog posts, and in thematic issues.
  • Tobacco Taxes

  • To curb smoking and raise revenue, governments impose taxes on tobacco products.September 19, 2016
  • November Issue Briefing

  • On November 10 Health Affairs held its issue briefing about the culture of health in Washington, D.C.