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Data: A major challenge for employers

The major problem holding back employers: Data

June 07, 2021

Introducing CPR’s data series and other initiatives to support employer-purchasers in accessing the data they need for high-value health care…

Thi Montalvo Data Analytics Willis Towers Watson

Thi Montalvo on the challenges employers face in using their health benefits data

June 07, 2021

Suzanne Delbanco talks with Thi Montalvo, Health Analytics Practice Leader – Health and Benefits for Willis Towers Watson. In her…

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Go Ahead, Ask us Anything… About Reference-Based Pricing

May 25, 2021

Improving health care affordability is a top priority for employers and other health care purchasers across the country. But navigating…

CJ Stimson

CJ Stimson on Improving Maternity Care for Nashville’s Public Schools through Bundled Payment

May 17, 2021

Suzanne Delbanco catches up with CJ Stimson, MD, JD, the Senior Vice President of Value Transformation at Vanderbilt University Medical…

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Nathan Counts on what it’s like to buy health care for 1 in every 300 Americans

April 19, 2021

Suzanne Delbanco chats with Nathan Counts, a seasoned health benefits professional who recently joined Amtrak as Head of Total Rewards.…

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Reference-based pricing: 3 models that cut health care cost inflation at its roots

April 12, 2021

Reference-based models address the root cause of high health care costs: the prices. Studies of health care costs reaffirm the…

Christopher Whaley

Christopher Whaley on opening the black box of employer health care spending

March 16, 2021

Julianne McGarry catches up with Christopher Whaley, PhD, Policy Researcher at RAND Corporation and one of the lead authors of…

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How Employers Can Benefit from the Digital Health Explosion

March 01, 2021

Ryan Olmstead, MPH, wrote this blog. If I’d only stuffed a dollar in a jar every time I heard of…

It’s ok to not be ok: Mitigating the long-term mental health impacts of the pandemic

February 16, 2021

It’s 8pm and, as a supervisor at a grocery store, you’re making sure all employees working the cash registers and…

Stephen Furia Mount Sinai

Stephen Furia on Mount Sinai’s principles of success for direct to purchaser relationships

February 01, 2021

CPR’s Program Director, Andréa Caballero, chats with Stephen Furia, Senior Vice President, Population Health at Mount Sinai Health System, one…

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