Study: Telemedicine Can Reduce Healthcare Costs, Improve Outcomes & Patient Satisfaction

Calls on Massachusetts to adopt telemedicine through the Group…

Pioneer Experts Offer Contrasting Prescriptions For MA Healthcare

Uncertainty over future of Affordable Care Act impacts state…

Study Applauds State Decision To Let Healthcare Spending Benchmark Decrease

Calls on policy makers to continue pursuing efforts to trim healthcare…

Pioneer's 2017 Hewitt Lecture Highlights Innovations In The Massachusetts Healthcare Market

BOSTON - While efforts to revise the federal healthcare law continue,…

Follow-Up Survey Finds Hospitals Still Fall Short On Price Transparency

Estimated price of routine procedure at 21 Massachusetts hospitals…

Public Statement on the Recommendations of the Legislature’s Healthcare Provider Price Variation Commission

Commission Misses Great Opportunity to Advance Healthcare Price…

With Federal Health Law Facing Repeal, New Book Offers Alternative

U-Turn: America’s Return to State Healthcare Solutions (114…

Putting Healthcare Consumers First

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Last week, Massachusetts' Health Policy Commission convened for…

Survey Finds Prescription Drug Prices Easy To Access, But Not Always Accurate

Wide variation found in price of generics, less for brand-name…

New ACA-Related Medicaid Fee Will Cost MA $162M+ Over Next Decade

Read news coverage of this report in The Boston Globe. Health…

Study: BID-Plymouth Program Shows Promise in Battling Opioid Abuse

Collaborative ER-based approach improves access to detox treatment, reducing…

Pioneer Forming Transparency Working Group to Help Curb Healthcare Costs

Contact Josh Archambault (617) 645-7679 (josh@pioneerinstitute.org)…

Study: Are Drug Prices Driving Healthcare Cost Growth?

Study: Requiring Drug Companies to Disclose Price Methodologies,…

Study: Health Care Costs on Course to Threaten Livelihood of Most American Families

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Read news coverage of this report in the Springfield Republican. Percentage…

Mass. Healthcare Price Transparency Law Still Not a Reality

State Healthcare Price Transparency Law Still Not a Reality for…

Survey: Price Information Difficult to Obtain From Massachusetts Hospitals

View media coverage of this report on WCVB-TV 5 Investigates:…

Press Release: Whistleblowers’ Behind-the-Scenes Account of Health Connector Meltdown

UPDATE: Read news coverage of this report in The Wall Street…

Barbara Anthony Joins Pioneer Institute as Senior Fellow in Healthcare

Former undersecretary of consumer affairs will work to enhance…

Baker’s Dozen: A Common Sense Healthcare Agenda for the Next Governor

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Pioneer Institute is pleased to present, “Baker’s Dozen:…

Study: $1B Price Tag for ACA Health Exchange & New Medicaid Program in Mass.

Study: $1 Billion Price Tag for ACA Health Exchange & New…

Study: Reduce Privacy Leaks to Achieve Full Potential of Electronic Health Records

Press Release: Study Finds That Focus on Reducing Privacy Leaks…

Why Boston’s Ban on Convenient Care Clinics Is Costing Taxpayers Millions

Study Urges Boston Mayoral Candidates to Reverse City Policy,…

Archambault to Become Pioneer Senior Fellow, Work on Medicaid Reform Outside MA

Archambault to Become Senior Fellow at Pioneer Institute and…

ACA Medicare Payroll Tax Costs MA $1.7B Over 10 Years; 3 Patriots to Pay $707,850 in 2013

ACA also includes additional 3.8% Medicare tax on net investment…

New Report: Medical Device Tax Will Cost MA Employers $422 Million+ Per Year

New Report Estimates Medical Device Tax Will Cost Massachusetts…

Pioneer Requests Report That Predicts ACA’s "Extreme Premium Increases"

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Pioneer Files Request for the Administration to Release Its Report…

Consumer Driven Health Care a Proven Cost-Saving Strategy

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As part of a push to contain health care cost growth, business leaders, state administrators, and policymakers should focus on Consumer Driven Health Care (CDHC) plans that involve consumers in making health care decisions.

Big "Cadillac Tax" Ahead for Massachusetts' Middle Class

A new brief from Pioneer Institute, The Impact of the Federal Health Law’s “Cadillac Insurance Tax” in Massachusetts, estimates additional costs associated with the ACA's so-called "Cadillac tax," will affect well over 50% of workers in Massachusetts.

WITH FEDERAL HEALTH LAW FACING SUPREME COURT TEST, NEW BOOK OFFERS ALTERNATIVE

Pioneer's new book, The Great Experiment, proposes that the states take the lead in health-care reform, as Massachusetts did in 2006, and that Washington facilitate the transition, rather than try to dictate every move.