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Much has changed since HRI first made its double digit projection of healthcare spending a decade ago.
Much has changed since HRI first made its double digit projection of healthcare spending a decade ago.
HRI names its top 10 health industry issues of 2015
HRI names its top 10 health industry issues of 2015
New entrants: Who will be healthcare's Amazon.com
New entrants: Who will be healthcare's Amazon.com
The FDA and industry: A recipe for collaborating in the New Health Economy
The FDA and industry: A recipe for collaborating in the New Health Economy
The New Health Economy™ Essay: Where is the $2.8 trillion industry heading?
The New Health Economy™ Essay: Where is the $2.8 trillion industry heading?
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Supreme Court upholds health insurance subsidies
Ruling protects $36 billion in premium revenue in 2016

The Court’s decision upholding health insurance subsidies on the federal exchange positions the $2.9 trillion health industry to stay the course toward the New Health Economy which the Affordable Care Act helped to usher in.

See what happens next in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ACA ruling

Medical cost trend: Behind the numbers 2016

Today, 10 years after HRI first issued its projection for the coming year’s medical cost trend, the healthcare growth rate has slowed. But, despite the improved growth rate, medical inflation still outpaces general economic inflation. In this year’s report, HRI identifies the major trends of the last decade, including more consumer cost sharing, greater use of technology and shifting care from inpatient settings to less traditional retail clinics.

Visit HRI’s Medical cost trend: Behind the numbers website
Download HRI’s new report, Medical cost trend: Behind the numbers 2016

Money matters: Billing and payment for a New Health Economy

The healthcare industry's billing and payments system remains mired in paper and telephone calls while the rest of US business moves to seamless, mobile, digital payment. In its latest report, HRI explores consumer perspectives on the healthcare billing and payment system, and prescribes short-term and long-term fixes to bring it into the 21st century.

Visit HRI's billing and payments website.
Download HRI's new report, Money matters: Billing and payment for a New Health Economy

Five trends to watch as the Affordable Care Act turns five

Since 2010, the Affordable Care Act has underscored the rise of a New Health Economy predicated on value. Here are five fundamental shifts the law has energized over the past five years and how they will continue to shape the healthcare industry in the next five.

Download HRI's report on five trends to watch as the Affordable Care Act turns five.
Visit HRI's Affordable Care Act website.

Healthcare's new entrants: Who will be the industry's Amazon.com?

New entrants are poised to draw billions of dollars in revenue from traditional organizations while building lucrative new markets in the burgeoning New Health Economy™. Here's how.

See how new entrants are reshaping the health sector

Analyzing 2015 health insurance rates

With 2015 open enrollment officially underway, a clear picture of the US individual health insurance market has emerged. Learn how 2015 premiums compare to 2014 in HRI’s interactive rate map.

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Contacts

Kelly Barnes
US Health Industries Leader
+1 (214) 754 5172

Ceci Connolly
Health Research Institute Leader
+1 (202) 312 7910
Meet the HRI team