Solutions to these challenges have long earned widespread, bipartisan support, yet they have been needlessly slow-walked for reasons of pure politics. It’s time for Washington to take action on both of these fronts – together.
"By promoting value-based arrangements and value-based insurance design, reforming pricing models like 'Medicaid best-price' that stifle payment innovation, standardizing clinical data, and improving tools that empower consumers to take charge of their own health, we can put market forces to work making a meaningful difference in the lives of patients who need it most."
"We look forward to working with the Departments as they implement the executive order through regulations. We encourage the Departments to be mindful to enact changes that aggregate, instead of splintering risk, so that markets are not further destabilized."