In collaboration with a global network of health providers, payers, and policymakers, Duke-Margolis conducts research in multiple countries to identify, analyze, and evaluate strategies for health care payment and delivery reform and biomedical innovation. While each healthcare system exists in its own cultural, economic, and structural context, there is global demand to achieve higher value care that reaches more people at a cost that is sustainable for governments and individuals.
Globally, policymakers and health systems are facing similar cost and quality issues and finding solutions that may be translated across international borders. In the U.S., providers have reported significant institutional and cultural barriers when transitioning away from a fee-for-service payment model toward value-based payment approaches. Duke-Margolis has developed a comprehensive framework that can be used to integrate available qualitative and quantitative data on accountable care across multiple national contexts.
Global Accountable Care Strategy and Policy
Global Health Innovation
Mark McClellan, MD, PhD
Director, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy
Andrea Thoumi, MSc, MPP
Managing Associate, Global Health Portfolio
Krishna Udayakumar, MD, MBA
Associate Professor of the Practice of Global Health, Duke Global Health Institute
Associate Professor - Track IV in Medicine, General Internal Medicine
Jonathan Gonzalez-Smith, MPAff
Alexander Gunn, MBS