CalMatters: A holistic remedy to lower health care costs

“Studies show that if costs continued to rise only at the rate of general economic growth, the proposed Office of Health Care Affordability could save Californians billions of dollars every year.

The idea received broad support from health policy leaders, stakeholders and academics from three California universities during an 18-month dialogue facilitated by Convergence Center for Policy Resolution. Despite sometimes being on different sides of issues, we and other participants agreed that an effort to collect cost data and set enforceable cost targets is what California needs now.”

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