Reports & Articles

Leading thinking on a most pressing issue.
 

 

The Center for Health Reform regularly publishes reports and articles reflecting its work in advancing the science of government healthcare management. Our experts are frequent contributors to the knowledge base of health reform via publications and speaking engagements. Below is a sampling of recent work. For a broader reference list or to get a copy of an available article or report, please contact David Helms, Director, Center for Health Reform.

Publications 

Kaufmann, J., Miller, R., Cheyne, J. “Vaccine Supply Chains Need To Be Better Funded And Strengthened, Or Lives Will Be At Risk.”  Health Affairs, 30, no. 6 (June 2011)

Minott, J., Helms, D., et al. (2010) “The Group Employed Model as a Foundation for Health Care Delivery Reform.”  Washington, DC: AcademyHealth and The Commonwealth Fund.

Kingsdale, J. and Bertko, J., “Insurance Exchanges Under Health Reform: Six Design Issues For The States.” Health Affairs, 29, no. 6 (2010): 1158-1163
doi: 10.1377/hlthaff.2010.

Schoen, C., Helms, D, Folsom, A. (2009) “Harnessing Health Care Markets for the Public Interest: Insights for U.S. Health Reform from the German and Dutch Multipayer Systems.” Washington, DC: AcademyHealth and The Commonwealth Fund.