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The impact of comparative effectiveness research on health and health care spending

Anirban Basu

The impact of comparative effectiveness research on health and health care spending

by Anirban Basu

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAnirban Basu, Tomas J. Philipson.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 15633, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 15633.
ContributionsPhilipson, Tomas J., National Bureau of Economic Research.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24071035M
LC Control Number2010655654

  Comparative effectiveness research (CER) provides evidence about the benefits and harms of different interventions and strategies to prevent, diagnose, treat, and monitor health conditions in “real world” settings and is increasingly seen as a critical component in support of health reform in the United States (1,2).Valid inferences from observational CER depends on high-quality and Cited by: 6. By Mary Agnes Carey, CQ HealthBeat Associate Editor Decem -- While many health care analysts believe that comparing medical treatments in terms of how much they cost and how well they work will reduce health care costs, the precise impact of "comparative effectiveness" research is difficult to predict, with any potential for substantial cost savings taking a decade or more to.

Although cost is not mentioned explicitly in the comparative effectiveness legislation, the American College of Physicians and others have called for cost-effectiveness analysis — assessment of the added improvement in health relative to cost - to be on the comparative effectiveness research agenda. This has come under harsh criticism from some. Concern over accelerated health care costs in the United States has increased sharply in recent years. The per capita spending of gross domestic product (GDP) in the United States on health care is greater than any other developed country. In , the United States spent $ trillion, or 16 percent of GDP, on health care.

effectiveness of different health care treatments. The specifics of these proposals have not yet been fully defined, even as the concept of comparative effectiveness raises concerns for many health care stakeholders. The quality of health care in the United States is uneven, in part because of the lack of reliance on evidence of. By , 51 percent of mental health spending was for prescription drugs and 16 percent for inpatient care, leaving just 33 percent for all other care. Another economic factor to consider is the increased demand for mental health services that is likely to result from the new health-care reform law.


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We interpret CER as infusing evidence on product quality into markets, shifting the relative demand for products in CER studies. The Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research on Health and Health Care Spending in general, and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) in particular, has received considerable attention.

This study, The Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research on Health and Health Care Spending, illustrates some of the issues that must be addressed in applying the results of CER studies, particularly to reimbursement policies based on such studies.

Put simply, comparative effectiveness research compares the efficacy of two or more diagnostic tests, treatments, or health care delivery methods without any explicit consideration of costs. effectiveness of alternative treatments, the net effect of which would be to reduce total spending on health The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) was established by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of (ACA) as a major new pro-gram for comparative clinical effectiveness research.

Public technology assessments in general and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) in particular have been justified by offsetting benefits of improving patient health and reducing health care spending. However, little conceptual and empirical understanding exists concerning the quantitative impact of public technology assessments such as by: This paper examines health care spending and the impact on the economy of the United States.

The relationship between health care spending growth and the U.S. economy is inherently complex and multidimensional. Rising health care spending can be viewed as both a weight on broader economic growth and as a driver of sectoral and local prosperity.

The major expansion of federal comparative effectiveness research launched in held the potential to supply the information needed to help slow health spending growth while improving the Cited by: Get this from a library. The impact of comparative effectiveness research on health and health care spending.

[Anirban Basu, (Professor of health economics); Tomas J Philipson; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Public subsidization of technology assessments in general, and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) in particular, has received considerable attention as a tool to.

The Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research on Health Care Spending 14 April 15 April Jason Shafrin 3 Comments Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER), as it name suggests, compares how well different medicines treat a given disease.

health care spending, comparative effectiveness research (CER) has been offered as a potential solution. The rationale for CER is to generate better evidence about what works and does not work in health care and to thereby improve the productivity of health care spending through improved patient outcomes at lower spending levels.

Comparative effectiveness research (CER) has the potential to slow health care spending growth by focusing resources on health interventions that provide the most value. In this article, we discuss issues surrounding CER and its implementation and apply these methods to a salient clinical example: treatment of prostate by: VI RESEARCH ON THE COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF MEDICAL TREATMENTS Tables 1.

Requested, Proposed, and Actual Funding for the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality 10 2. Cost-Effectiveness of Different Screening Methods for Colorectal Cancer 21 Figures 1. Federal Spending for Medicare and Medicaid as a Percentage of Gross Domestic Product File Size: 1MB.

The Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research on Health and Health Care Spending Public technology assessments in general and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) in particular have been justified by offsetting benefits of improving patient health and reducing health care spending.

The impact of comparative effectiveness research on health and health care spending. By Anirban Basu, Anupam B. Jena and Tomas J. Philipson. Abstract. Comparative effectiveness research (CER) is thought to identify what works and does not work in health care. We interpret CER as infusing evidence on product quality into markets, shifting the.

The importance of comparative effectiveness research health, and the effect on national health spending The institute released its National Priorities for Research and Research Agenda in May Rather than identifying Comparing the Effectiveness of Health Care.

Comparative effectiveness research (CER) has the potential to slow health care spending growth by focusing resources on health interventions that provide the most value. In this article, we discuss.

IMPLEMENTING COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH: PRIORITIES, METHODS, AND IMPACT JUNE 7 The Need for Health Care Reform that Increases the Value of Health Care.Public technology assessments in general and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) in particular have been justified by offsetting benefits of improving patient health and reducing health care spending.

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We interpret CER as infusing evidence on product quality into markets, shifting the relative demand for products in CER studies.