When What Is Right is Also Popular: The Case for Person-Centered Care Through Payment Reform
By Kasey Hampton, Sara Lonardo, Frederick Isasi,
The following report lays out the popular case for payment reform as a way to bring down health care costs, improve care and eliminate inequities. It also signals to policymakers that taking action on payment reforms will help them win with voters who want the government to tackle these issues. This is the third in a series on the organization’s People First Care initiative – which lays out a vision for making the American health care system more affordable, less complicated and focused on patients.
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