Commonwealth Fund

Five Things that Change the Quality Measurement and Reporting GameMake the rules work for, rather than, against you by relying on these five critical capabilities.
Two ways to address healthcare disparitiesA new Commonwealth Fund has surprising findings following ACA’s major coverage expansions.
Why ACA works better for consumers buying on their ownCommonwealth Fund’s 2016 Biennial Health Insurance Survey found significant improvements in people’s ability to buy health plans on their own after implementation of the ACA insurance reforms.
Are ACA’s cost-sharing reduction plans effective?A new Commonwealth Fund study explores cost-sharing reduction plans and marketplace coverage.
Opinion: Leading change through value-based careTandigm Health’s first-year results highlight meaningful outcomes.
ACA helps many long-term uninsured get coverage
New initiative will give patients greater access to physician's EHR recordsFive primary care facilities will test a new initiative that will allow patients to view and add to their physicians’ visit notes in their electronic health records (EHR) systems.
Study finds ACA slowed rise in employer-sponsored premiumsA new Commonwealth Fund study finds that, following implementation of the Affordable Care Act, premiums for employer-sponsored insurance in 31 states grew more slowly than in previous years.
ACA patients report easy access to primary carePatients who gained health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have been able to access primary care physicians with relative ease, according to a recent survey by the Commonwealth Fund.
EHR use growing, but unevenlyMore doctors are using electronic health records, but the growth is faster in some states and practice sizes than others.