Press Releases / March 10, 2021
Finalists Announced for the 27th Annual NIHCM Awards in Journalism and Research
The NIHCM Foundation is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2021 NIHCM Awards in journalism and research.
March 01, 2021
Patients Find it Hard to Price Shop for Health Care - New Research Insights
This Research Insights highlights a new study that shows difficulty of relying on patients to price shop for care.
February 23, 2021
High Deductibles May Encourage Smarter Patient Decisions About Low-Value Care Use - New Research Insights
This Research Insights highlights a new study that shows high deductibles can reduce spending for low-value care.
Press Releases / February 08, 2021
NIHCM Awards over $500,000 in Journalism Grants: Supporting More Local Outlets and Reaching More Diverse Audiences
In its first year giving $1 million to journalism and research grantees, the NIHCM Foundation awarded 19 journalism grants in 2020.
Press Releases / January 25, 2021
NIHCM Announces More than $550,000 in Research Grants: Work Explores Impact of COVID-19, Racial Health Disparities, Private Equity Investment in Health Care and more.
The NIHCM Foundation has named 12 research grantees in the foundation’s first year awarding $1 million of support to researchers and journalists.
December 02, 2020
Improving Risk Adjustment Methods May Create More Robust Health Insurance Exchanges - New Research Insights
This Research Insights highlights a study that reveals a need to fine-tune the current methods of adjusting payments to insurers so they more accurately reflect the risk represented by individual enrollees.
November 19, 2020
Analysis of Patient Spending Points to Interventions that May Prevent Rising Care Costs - New Research Insights
This Research Insights highlights a study, finding that using trajectory modeling to assess spending over a period of two years produced more accurate cost predictions.
October 01, 2020
Higher Prices in Multispecialty Practices - New Research Insights
This research insights explores work conducted by Laurence Baker, PhD, an economist, and colleagues from Stanford University, that uniquely looks at the market impact of complementary physicians working together in a multispecialty practice.