The new Penn LDI “Experts at Home” series kicks off with a panel on the coronavirus pandemic, including perspectives from a Wharton alumna and the Penn Wharton Budget Model.
The Wharton alumna is the first woman and first physician-economist executive director of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics.
Stuart Craig GRW20 was cited for his work on a study that examined variations in costs for the privately insured.
The Wharton professor's academic work is now a constant of journalism each new year.
Fresh off becoming the seventh Penn Medicine researcher to win the AcademyHealth Alice Hersh Award, Mitesh Patel WG09 GR14 reflects on his time at the School and importance of nurturing talent.
The story behind AcademyHealth begins with a handful of pioneers in the 60s and continues with its national impact today.
Price transparency is a mainstay of most markets. It has been touted as a way to reduce health care spending by enabling a new breed of cost-conscious consumers to comparison shop for care. A new JAMA study suggests that it might not be that simple. Janet Weiner of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics explains.
Rebecka Rosenquist of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, examines whether or not insights from behavioral economics can inform creative approaches to increased vaccination rates.
Ari Friedman and Janet Weiner of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics discuss drug prices, their rising costs, and the policy changes that could provide solutions.
Penn Experts head up new 'NEJM Catalyst' Advisory Committee and provide insight on the benefits and challenges of a holistic patient health care system.
Professor Skip Rosoff has plenty of plans for the future—perhaps too many!—as he embarks on his emeritus professorship.
A health care CEO trumpets the accomplishments of—gasp—price controls, regulation and accountability in Massachusetts.