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Leading efforts to advance MA's ambitious goal of bringing health care spending growth in line with the growth in the state’s economy.
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Massachusetts HPC Apr 2
Happy to be in Worcester for the 2019 conference organized by today!
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 27
And a big thank you to HPC Commissioner for attending as well!
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 27
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 27
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 27
A very warm welcome to our Advisory Council members, and a thank you to all who attended and tuned in to the first meeting of this term! (1/3)
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 27
A discussion of the HPC’s research agenda highlights the importance of examining the health care workforce, and considering the scope of practice for a number of roles
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 27
David Seltz tells the Advisory Council about a number of publications that will be released by the HPC this year
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 27
The first meeting of the new HPC Advisory Council has kicked off with ED David Seltz welcoming all members, new and returning. Watch the livestream here:
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Katie Holahan Mar 26
And we’re off! The first meeting of the MA Employer Health Coalition Steering Committee has begun. Thank you to for the space to meet. Coalition members are ready to work!
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 22
Had a great time volunteering yesterday! Big thank you to for having us! Visit their website to learn about the incredible work they do to address & in
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 20
It might not feel like it just yet but it's the ! What better way to kill time waiting for the warmer weather than to check out the trove of videos on our channel? Catch up on all the great discussions:
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 15
We had a great hearing on the health care cost growth benchmark on Wednesday! You can catch the slide presentation here: The Board votes to set the 2020 benchmark at the April 3 meeting (3PM, HPC's Offices)
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 13
...(tweet 2 of 2) and to @RandyHuntCPA ,, , Rep. Brian Murray, , and . Thank you all for making today's hearing such a success!
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 13
(tweet 1 of 2) So grateful to all the members of the Joint Committee on Health Care Financing who joined us for today's Benchmark Hearing! Big thank yous to , , , , , , , ...
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 13
Don't miss out on our great research briefs and reports! Download your own copy of Opportunities for Cost Savings in Health Care 2018 and learn how can achieve big savings in
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 13
Last year we modeled the savings impact of seven strategies to reduce spending in Massachusetts, totaling nearly $5 billion in five years. Learn more with our 'Opportunities for Cost Savings in Health Care 2018' brief:
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 13
The HPC estimates that would save $55 billion between 2018 and 2027 if per capita spending grows at 3.1% annually rather than CMS’ projected growth rates, providing significant relief to residents and the state budget
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 13
. 's affordability survey found that in 2017, 43% of insured residents reported having an affordability issue in the past 12 months and 18% of insured residents reported having multiple affordability issues
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 13
There has been significant growth in the amount that middle-class employees spend annually on their and it now exceeds the rest of the U.S.
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Massachusetts HPC Mar 13
for large employers are the 10th highest in the U.S., while premiums for small employers are now the 2nd highest
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