Insurance Reform

LDI Fellows work on how to optimize insurance, provider, and supplier markets for affordable, accessible quality health care. They explore issues including the role of insurance design in promoting access and value, the effects of rising out-of-pocket costs, and the impact of the Affordable Care Act. 

Insurance Reform

LDI Fellows work on how to optimize insurance, provider, and supplier markets for affordable, accessible quality health care. They explore issues including the role of insurance design in promoting access and value, the effects of rising out-of-pocket costs, and the impact of the Affordable Care Act. 

Featured Work

A new report examines five states' efforts to expand health coverage. It explores the context and climate for reform within the state, stakeholder involvement, political coalitions, financing, and possible opposition. Learn more about the work of the new partnership between Penn LDI and United States of Care.

Narrower networks more likely to exclude oncologists associated with high-quality cancer centers

Atul Gupta, PhD, at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

Estimating effects of public insurance expansion for adults: evidence from California hospitals

Insurance Reform

LDI Fellows work on how to optimize insurance, provider, and supplier markets for affordable, accessible quality health care. They explore issues including the role of insurance design in promoting access and value, the effects of rising out-of-pocket costs, and the impact of the Affordable Care Act. 

Featured Work

A new report examines five states' efforts to expand health coverage. It explores the context and climate for reform within the state, stakeholder involvement, political coalitions, financing, and possible opposition. Learn more about the work of the new partnership between Penn LDI and United States of Care.

Narrower networks more likely to exclude oncologists associated with high-quality cancer centers

Atul Gupta, PhD, at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

Estimating effects of public insurance expansion for adults: evidence from California hospitals

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