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  • Will they come? Consumers and health insurance exchanges: Awareness, preferences, and concerns
    Deloitte’s 2013 consumer survey reveals a lack of awareness around health insurance exchange (HIX) details and worries about cost. Engaging and informing consumers can help to convert interest into enrollment.
  • 2012 survey of U.S. health care consumers: Five-year look back
    Consumers are the foundation of the United States’ economy: 70 percent of our Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is dependent upon personal consumption;1 their needs and wants drive innovation in every domain of daily life except, perhaps, health care.
  • mHealth in an mWorld
    The smart phone has already become the keeper of an expanding array of health care apps that prod and poke the owner to become fitter, lose weight and be altogether healthier. This trend, however, is just the beginning of a new mobile paradigm now emerging in health care.
  • 10 myths of health care reform: Understanding what the American people want
    Health care is complex: its issues are complicated and solutions in some cases are not clear. Dr. Paul Keckley, Executive Director for the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions shares ten myths about health care reform.
  • Monday Memo: Weekly update on health care reform
    This weekly series highlights news from the previous week’s activities in the new administration, and reviews implications for the C-suite and various stakeholder groups. Stay up to date on Health Care Reform.
  • The hidden costs of U.S. health care for consumers
    Out-of-pocket health care costs are a substantial and increasing burden; among the hardest-hit consumers are those with medical problems, seniors, and caregivers. This study examines the financial implications of health care on U.S. households.
  • Value-based purchasing: A strategic overview for health care industry stakeholders
    Value-based purchasing (VBP) is a payment methodology that rewards quality of care through payment incentives and transparency; under health care reform legislation, it could be a central feature for payers and consumers to assess their relationships with providers. This Issue Brief explores VBP as a key element of a quality- and performance-focused health care system.
  • Moving toward the light
    The Physician Payment Sunshine Provision of the PPACA unprecedented transparency requirements presents some very challenging and complex operational requirements. But are the challenges insurmountable?
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