To address concerns about rising health care costs, quality of care, and inefficient spending, policymakers and health care providers have called for “delivery system reform”—changes in the way health care is provided and paid for in the United States.
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For the Bipartisan Policy Center, AIR developed a financial model of the costs and benefits of a small diabetes prevention program. Key findings include: There is a large population with pre-diabetes in the U.S. who could benefit from a prevention program, and a diabetes prevention program can produce overall cost savings for individuals.
This paper, presented at Forgotten Americans: The Future of Support for Older Low-Income Adults, examines health and income security issues among older Americans.