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May 9, 2013
Sutherland and Hellsten publish Toronto Star commentary.
April 26, 2013
Sutherland and Repin publish Globe and Mail commentary.
April 22, 2013
Sutherland and Repin publish a Toronto Sun op-ed.
April 18, 2013
An April 2013 report by Sutherland, Crump, Repin, and Hellsten published by the CD Howe Institute finds ABF is a viable complement to fixed annual lump sum budgets for rebalancing the financial incentives for Canadian hospitals.
April 17, 2013
March 25, 2013
We pay people to do things. It’s an underpinning of western civilization, which has evolved to a point where we pay people to do more of things we want. This concept holds remarkably true right up until we begin talking about healthcare. In healthcare, we either do not pay people to do things better (often in public systems), or paying people to do things better doesn’t seem to work. Paying hospitals for what they do is common elsewhere. Read more
March 12, 2013
The Health Care Funding team will be giving two presentations at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research conference in Vancouver in May. The first examines methods for analyzing costs of care and the second the effect of ABF in BC.
February 4, 2013
The track record for traction between evidence and policy is weak. We can also see that the relationship between evidence and policy is fluid, and subject to change based on politics, governments, public opinion and a host of other factors. How do we as researchers and subject experts, get our research and our voices heard by the right people? Read more
January 9, 2013
What can we learn in Canada from US evidence about bundled payments? While costs of care and the overall sustainability of the healthcare system is a consideration in Canada, the more pressing reason to adopt bundled payments is related to quality, as bundles can address gaps in care between the acute care and post-acute care settings. Read more