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Ross research finds that requiring disclosure reduced drug company payments to doctors overall, but some doctors were paid more.
Professor Sarah Miller expects the Affordable Care Act to persist and cost increases to remain low.
Requirements to check a prescription database lead to fewer opioid overdoses, according to new research by Michigan Ross Professor Tom Buchmueller.
Professor Sarah Miller says some attempts to chip away at the healthcare law have backfired.
Professor Sarah Miller shows that children of mothers who received expanded Medicaid benefits while pregnant are now having healthier babies.
Research by PhD student Tong Guo, with Professors Puneet Manchanda and S. Sriram, examines the effect of payment disclosures on physician behavior.
Professors Kyle Handley, Thomas Buchmueller, and Nirupama Rao illustrate the impact of President Donald Trump’s policies in new e-book.
Professor Sarah Miller examines effects of Medicaid expansion in research published in the New England Journal of Medicine.