A Pathway for Coordinated, Affordable Employer-Sponsored Health Care

Pathway for Coordinated, Affordable Employer-Sponsored Health Care Cover

Project Report

A Pathway for Coordinated, Affordable Employer-Sponsored Health Care

Published date

September 19, 2021
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The Urgent Need for Employer Leadership to Improve Health Care

Employer-sponsored health coverage remains the main source of health care support for America’s working families, but it faces increasingly difficult challenges: barriers to many employees in getting the care they need to stay well, persistent inequities in health care and health, and rising costs. A key reason is that care depends on “fee-for-service” payment, leading to poor coordination, insufficient support for staying well, inconvenient access, and lack of transparency about quality and cost. But evidence on emerging reforms shows how to overcome these challenges and deliver high-quality, coordinated and affordable care for employees and their families.  

 

 

Duke-Margolis Affiliated Authors

Japinga

Mark Japinga, MPAff

Research Associate

Mark McClellan

Mark McClellan, MD, PhD

Director of Margolis Center
Robert J. Margolis, MD, Professor of Business, Medicine and Policy
Margolis Executive Core Faculty

Robert Saunders

Robert Saunders, PhD

Senior Research Director, Health Care Transformation
Adjunct Associate Professor
Senior Team Member
Margolis Core Faculty

Michael Zhu Headshot

Michael Zhu

Research Assistant