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®® 1 The Challenges of Health Care Cost Growth Marilyn Moon American Institutes for Research February 4, 2008
®® 2 Growth in Medicare Spending and Private Health Insurance Premiums per Enrollee for Comparable Benefits Percent
®® 3 Source: 2005 OASDI and Medicare Trustees Report Growth in Medicare Spending as a Share of GDP and in Beneficiaries as a Share of Total Population
®® 4 Source: Medicare Trustees Report, 1997–2000, % 5.3% 4.4% 4.0% 5.6 % Projected 2025 Medicare Spending as a Share of GDP
®® 5 Source: American Institutes for Research calculations using NHE, CPI, CPS, and Trustees Report, MCBS Out-of Pocket Spending as a Share of Income Among Elderly Beneficiaries
®® 6 Medicare Burden Lowers per Worker GDP Over Time but Substantial Growth Would Remain
®® Medicare 101 Marilyn Moon American Institutes for Research March 16, 2009 Marilyn Moon American Institutes for Research March 16, 2009.
Congressional Budget Office Presentation to the National Congress on Health Reform The Long-Term Fiscal Context for Health Care Reform Peter Orszag Director.
Exhibit ES-4. Cumulative Impact on National Health Expenditures (NHE) of Insurance Connector Approach Plus Selected Individual Options Dollars in billions.
Excess cost growth in Medicare, Medicaid, and all other health care spending Source: CBO, A Federal Perspective on Health Care Policy and Costs, 2008.
The Impact of Health Expenses on Older Women ’ s Financial Security Juliette Cubanski, Ph.D. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation AcademyHealth 2007 Annual.
Percent of total Medicare population: NOTE: ADL is activity of daily living. SOURCES: Income and savings data from Urban Institute/Kaiser Family Foundation.
Long-Term Care and Aging HAS Aging Society Americans are living longer Chronic disease is taking a bigger toll Growing number of older adults Disability.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Figure 1. Annual Increases in Physician Fees and SGR-Related Expenditures Per Fee-for-Service Beneficiary, Source: Letter.
1 Building the Foundation: Health Care Costs Presentation to the Citizens Health Care Working Group May 13, 2005 Richard S. Foster and Stephen Heffler.
Medicare Reform Exhibit 12 New benefit administered exclusively by private insurers New benefit administered exclusively by private insurers New income-related.
Figure ES-1. How Well Do Different Strategies Meet Principles for Health Insurance Reform? Principles for Reform Tax Incentives and Individual Insurance.
Overview of Health Care Coverage and Cost Trends in Minnesota Presentation to the State Budget Trends Study Commission April 22, 2008 Julie Sonier Director,
What Should Be Done About Medicare? Part I Ideas Changing the World John C. Goodman National Center for Policy Analysis.
1 Notes: * CMS projection as of February 2009 assuming no reform; ** CMS projection as of September 2010 after enactment of reform; *** CMS projection.
Medicare Path to Sustainability J.D. Foster Heritage Foundation July 23, 2009.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Figure 1. Health Insurance Coverage and Uninsured Trends Data: Analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey Annual.
Health Insurance Coverage of the Nonelderly, 2010 * Medicaid also includes other public programs: CHIP, other state programs, Medicare and military-related.
New York's Medicaid Expansion of : Implications for Other States under the ACA Michael Birnbaum Vice President United Hospital Fund June 14, 2011.
Exhibit 8.1 Number of Medicare Beneficiaries, Fiscal Years (a) Copyright 2011 by the Foundation of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Exhibit ES-1. Synergistic Strategy: Potential Cumulative Savings Compared with Current Baseline Projection, 2013–2023 Total NHE Federal government State.
Natalie Brisighella. 1.Current System 2.Proposed Plan Details 3.Negative Consequences of Plan 4.Additional Arguments 5.Refutation of Proponents’ Arguments.
Economic Crisis Federal Budgets and Public Policy May 15, 2009.
Return to Tutorials Tricia Neuman, Sc.D. Director, Medicare Policy Project Vice President, Kaiser Family Foundation For KaiserEDU June 2009 Medicare 101:
Bruce C. Vladeck, Ph.D. Physicians for a National Health Program Boston, MA November 2, 2013.
Minnesota Health Care Market Trends and Strategies for Cost Containment Health Care Transformation Task Force July 30, 2007 Julie Sonier Director, Health.
TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1.0: Trends in the Overall Health Care Market Chart 1.1: Total National Health Expenditures, 1980 – 2005 Chart 1.2: Percent Change.
Presentation at Alliance for Health Reform Briefing Bob Greenstein September 12, 2011.
Exhibit 1. Estimated Source of Insurance Coverage, 2014 Note: The number of uninsured in 2014 was calculated using CPS estimates for 2013 minus an estimated.
The future of Medicare fee-for- service Mark E. Miller, Ph.D. Executive Director Medicare Payment Advisory Commission October 16, 2006.
Health costs up 7.5%
What is Long Term Care? Kathleen King VP for Health Policy February 20, 2004.
Source: Patrick Conway; Office of Information Products and Data Analytics, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Exhibit 1. All-Cause, 30-Day Hospital.
MEDICARE: PAST, PRESENT AND F UTURE James G. Anderson, Ph.D. Department of Sociology & Anthropology.
Medicare Advantage Overview Diane Rowland, Sc.D. Executive Vice President Kaiser Family Foundation Alliance for Health Reform July 16, 2007.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND 1 Benefit Design for Public Health Insurance Plan Offered in Insurance Exchange Current Medicare benefits* New Public Health Insurance.
Setting a Context for Medicare Spending
Prescription Drug Expenditures and Healthcare Burdens in the Medicaid Population G. Edward Miller, Jessica S. Banthin and Thomas M Selden AHRQ Conference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1.0: Trends in the Overall Health Care Market Chart 1.1: Total National Health Expenditures, 1980 – 2007 Chart 1.2: Percent.
National Health Spending in 2012: Rate of Health Spending Growth Remained Low for the Fourth Straight Year Anne Martin Micah Hartman Lekha Whittle Aaron.
Inside Deficit Reduction: What it Means for Medicare Karen Davis President The Commonwealth Fund Alliance for Health.
Chapter 14: Social Security & Medicare. Social Security Established in 1935 by President Roosevelt to protect economic well-being of the aged Today, over.
THE COMMONWEALTH FUND Exhibit 1. National Health Expenditures per Capita, 1980–2007 Data: OECD Health Data 2009 (June 2009).
MEDICARE: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE James G. Anderson, Ph.D. Department of Sociology & Anthropology.
The U.S. health care system: Past and Present ECN 240: Intro.
Overview of the U.S. Health Care System OU Pre-med Club/AMSA September 27, 2006.
DataBrief: Did you know… DataBrief Series ● February 2011 ● No. 10 Dual Eligibles – Health Services Utilization In 2008, dual eligibles were 23% more likely.
1 Facts on Health Coverage in the USA Prepared for Cover the Uninsured and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
System Wide Strategies: Controlling Costs Illinois Health Forum Chicago, Illinois December 7, 2005 Enrique Martinez-Vidal Deputy Director RWJFs State Coverage.
TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1.0: Trends in the Overall Health Care Market Chart 1.1: Total National Health Expenditures, 1980 – 2010 Chart 1.2: Percent.
K A I S E R C O M M I S S I O N O N Medicaid and the Uninsured Figure 0 Health Reform Primer: Who are the Uninsured? Diane Rowland, Sc.D. Executive Vice.
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