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Professor Thomas Buchmueller says insurance companies didn’t have a clear picture on consumers when the exchange opened.
Professor Thomas Buchmueller, writing in Fortune, analyzes the healthcare proposals of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Professor Amir A. Ghaferi, in Harvard Business Review, outlines the next big innovation in patient safety.
Research by Professor Sarah Miller shows improvements in financial well-being, healthcare utilization, and coverage for low-income people.
New study shows a 50 percent drop in uninsured care in expansion states, compared with no change in non-expansion states.
Research by Professor Thomas Buchmueller and U-M colleagues examines a key part of the Affordable Care Act.
New research by Michigan Ross Professors Wally Hopp and Jun Li show how good information leads to better heart surgery outcomes.
Applying operations principles to healthcare can save billions of dollars and hundreds of lives. Senior Associate Dean Wally Hopp explains how.