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The Alliance for Health Policy is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping policymakers and the public better understand health policy, the root of the nation’s health care issues, and the trade-offs posed by various proposals for change.

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The annual Signature Series addresses challenging issues in health policy by convening cross-sector dialogue with experts in both policy and practice. Together, we critically examine and identify what’s at stake, as well as key areas of opportunity.

This year’s theme focuses on the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in health care and health policy.

 

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December 16, 2002

Employers enjoyed relatively low health care cost increases in the mid-1990s, but the situation since then has drastically changed. Employer-paid health care premiums in 2002 rose an average of 12.7 percent, the highest leap since 1990, according to a recent major survey. Benefits consultants project even higher increases for 2003. Meanwhile, small businesses have faced […]

December 9, 2002

In November 2002, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) launched a nationwide initiative to improve nursing home quality by making information about the quality of care in individual nursing homes much more widely available. This was a welcome step toward giving consumers more information about the quality of nursing home care. Since a […]

December 4, 2002

The U.S. faces not only a nationwide shortage of certain health professionals, but also regional and local mismatches between available professionals and patients who need their help. The federal Bureau of Health Professions estimates that there is a national shortfall of 110,000 nurses today, about six percent of the nursing workforce of 1.9 million. By […]

October 17, 2002

Yet another nursing shortage is upon us but this time it’s projected to be here for decades. Almost as many people are leaving the nursing profession as are entering it. Many nurses are nearing retirement; only 12 percent of registered nurses are under age 30. At the same time, the aging baby boomer population is […]

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