DRIVE Health urged the Senate to increase transparency of healthcare quality and price information and offered detailed suggestions from the perspective of employers who insure over 178 million Americans.
DRIVE Health published a statement in response to the news of Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JP Morgan launching a new healthcare company for their employees.
The DRIVE Health Initiative submitted a comment to HHS's Request for Information of how to promote healthcare choice and competition across the United States. They suggested Centers of Excellence and Value-Based Insurance Design for HSAs.
In this Op-Ed, James Gelfand, SVP of health policy at the ERISA Industry Committee, discusses how HSAs can be fixed through bipartisan support and why its crucial to consider a value-based insurance design for them.
DRIVE Health Initiative says that the new Bundled Payment for Care Improvement Advanced (BPCI-A) model would be strengthened if it included pre-admission services and added patient-reported outcomes.
DRIVE Health statement of support for CMMI's announcement of a new iteration of bundled payments
In this op-ed written by former Michigan Governor John Engler, he discusses what the next HHS secretary and government can do to accelerate the shift to value-based care.
Former Michigan Governor John Engler says, "DRIVE Health Initiative will improve the quality of healthcare for American families and help recover nearly $350 billion being wasted on unnecessary costs."
DRIVE Health Initiative calls on Congress, the President, and new HHS Secretary to renew government’s commitment to value-based health care