Consumer-Focused Value Trends from the Field
To conduct research, challenges, and convenings to better understand consumer perceptions of value in a changing health care marketplace, and to understand opportunities that may exist to optimize that value in new and burgeoning health care settings and at decision points.
- $72,826.00 awarded to Ted von Glahn - Evaluating decision-support gaps and solutions to overcome barriers to superior decision support for consumers' choice of health plans
- $398,439.00 awarded to University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences - Studying Medicaid enrollees' valuation of emergency department care over its alternatives for non-urgent conditions
- $346,026.00 awarded to University of California, Davis, School of Medicine - Studying how to provide consumers with information and tools needed for health plan choice and treatment decisions consistent with their values
- $399,129.00 awarded to University of California, Los Angeles, Center for Health Policy Research - Studying preferences of dual-eligible health care consumers to inform strategies to better support their health-related decision-making
- $400,000.00 awarded to University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine - Studying consumers' preferences across a range of care settings and the value placed in new versus traditional modalities