Speaker; Leading Expert in Payment Reform, Focusing on Intersection of Higher-Value Health Care and Price Transparency; Nine-time Selectee of Modern Healthcare’s 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare
One of the country’s foremost experts and thought leaders on payment reform, Suzanne F. Delbanco is the executive director of Catalyst for Payment Reform, an independent, non-profit corporation working to catalyze employers, public purchasers, and others to implement strategies that produce higher value health care and improve the functioning of the health care marketplace.
Since its inception in 2010, Suzanne has led CPR in its commitment to help employers and other purchasers send a clear signal to the market about the need for higher quality, lower cost health care Though initially focused on advancing payment reform to achieve this goal, Suzanne’s efforts have expanded to include price and quality transparency, benefit design, provider network design, provider consolidation and market power, among other topics.
November 15, 2017, Employee Benefit News
November 9, 2017, American Journal of Managed Care
November 7, 2017, Fortune Magazine
June 12, 2017, Workforce Magazine
September 15, 2017, Co-authored with Andrew Olson and Mark McClellan, Health Affairs
June 23, 2017, Co-authored with Francois DeBrantes, Health Affairs
April 21, 2017, Co-authored with Andrea Caballero, Health Affairs
April 4, 2017, Co-authored with Roslyn Murray, Health Affairs
January 6, 2017, Co-authored with Andrea Caballero, Health Affairs
September 30, 2016, Co-authored with Malini Nijagal and Jeff Levin-Scherz, Health Affairs
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Few Patients Comparison Shop for Case Based on Price
Twin Cities Business, August 16, 2017
Hospital Volumes Laid Low By High-Deductible Health Plans
Modern Healthcare, August 10, 2017
St. Charles Prices Highest in State for Some Procedures
The Bulletin, July 29, 2017
Trump Expected to Advance Healthcare Transparency
HealthLeaders Media, January 26, 2017
Mixed P4P Impact on Disparities: Study
HFMA, January 13, 2017
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