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Concept Paper No. 10: Advancing Health Equity by Increasing Access to High-Value Care
Concept Paper No. 9: Barriers to Our Understanding of Low-Value and High-Value Care
Concept Paper No. 8: Measuring High-Value Care Pre and Post COVID-19
Concept Paper No. 7: How Can COVID-19 Refocus Our Health Care System Toward Value and Crisis Preparedness?
Concept Paper No. 6: The Time to Reduce Low-Value Care is Now
Concept Paper No. 5: Why Estimating Low-Value Care at a State Level is Valuable
Concept Paper No. 4: An Employer-Based Health Care Waste Indicator Tool: Prospects, Potential and Problems
Concept Paper No. 3: Efforts to Measure Value in Health Care: Greater Balance is Needed
Concept Paper No. 2: A Framework for Addressing Low-Value Care
NEW! Research Brief No. 5, Price Growth of Medicare Services After Elimination of Consumer Cost-Sharing
Research Brief No. 4, Do Investments in the Social Determinants of Health Reduce Health Care Costs?
Research Brief No. 3: Similarities and Differences Between States with Varying Rates of Low-Value Care: A Qualitative Review
Research Brief No. 2: Estimating State-Level Prevalence of Low-Value Care Services Among the Privately Insured, 2015
Research Brief No. 1: The "Top 5" Low- and High-Value Services: Trends in Health Care Spending Among the Privately Insured, 2014-2016 (May 2019).
The Research Consortium for Health Care Value Assessment is a partnership between Altarum and VBID Health, with funding from the PhRMA Foundation as part of its Value Assessment Initiative, established to promote the pursuit of value in health care delivery in the U.S. Follow us at @ValueConsortium.