The Finance Committee is going to be releasing a series of three documents on health policy options. One will deal with delivery system reform, another will cover financing, and the third will detail mechanisms for coverage expansion. Yesterday, the Committee released the delivery reform options, and put them up for download here. This is the piece of the puzzle that attracts the least attention, but in some ways, might be the most important. Delivery system reform is where you can really save money through things like comparative effectiveness data or changing the payment structure. It's where you can really improve the quality of the care that the insured get, as opposed to just increasing subsidies for the uninsured. Which is all to say, it's worth a read.
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