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Inpatient Hospitalization Costs Associated with Birth Defects Among Persons of All Ages — United States, 2013

By Annelise C. Arth, MPH; Sarah C. Tinker, PhD; Regina M. Simeone, MPH; Elizabeth C. Ailes, PhD; Janet D. Cragan, MD; Scott D. Grosse, PhD

In the United States, major structural or genetic birth defects affect approximately 3% of live births and are responsible for 20% of infant deaths. Birth defects can affect persons across their lifespan and are the cause of significant lifelong disabilities. CDC used the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) 2013 National Inpatient Sample (NIS), a … Continue reading Inpatient Hospitalization Costs Associated with Birth Defects Among Persons of All Ages — United States, 2013

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Longer lifespans largely not to blame for rising health care spending

By Austin Frakt

American life spans are rising, and as they are, health care spending is, too. But longevity is not contributing to the spending increase as much as you might think. The median age in the United States will rise to about 40 by 2040, up from 37.7 today. That’s partly because the average American lives three … Continue reading Longer lifespans largely not to blame for rising health care spending

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Understanding the Impact of Medicare Advantage on Hospitalization Rates

By Stephen Petterson, PhD; Andrew Bazemore, MD, MPH; Yalda Jabbarpour, MD; Peter Wingrove, BS

Greater use of Medicare Advantage (MA) over traditional fee-for-service Medicare (TM) in certain populations, and even across small areas, has been associated with fewer overall hospitalizations and avoidable hospitalizations. Proponents suggest that these associations stem from successful care management, and a focus on preventive services and primary care among MA users. Detractors intimate that selection … Continue reading Understanding the Impact of Medicare Advantage on Hospitalization Rates

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Maybe the readmission reduction program worked?

Color me surprised.

By Aaron Carroll

Unless you’ve ignored the rantings of many, many posts at TIE, you know that the government has been trying to reduce readmissions to hospitals as a means to improve quality and decrease spending. This study checked in on that. It appears that it’s happening.

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