Hover over the graphic to learn about the impact of high prices and uneven quality on consumers.
States are close to the local market
and regulatory conditions that give rise
to significant variation in health value.
Learn about good state stewardship.
Rising unit prices
are our most important cost driver,
accounting for the majority of year-over-year increases in per person medical spending.
Most U.S. health markets already lack competition,
but we should preserve competition where we can.
When market forces fail to deliver fair prices, various
forms of rate setting
should be considered.
Our Hub Brief
discusses the significant savings from
optimizing administrative tasks in the healthcare system.
We aren't getting the quality
we should for our vast
A diverse and correctly located workforce is essential
for uniformly high-quality outcomes.
Evidence is growing that aligning quality priorities
across stakeholders improves outcomes.