Items in AFP with MESH term: Health Expenditures
Changing Patient Health-Risk Behavior Requires New Investment in Primary Care - Graham Center Policy One-Pagers
ABSTRACT: Evidence supports the effectiveness of primary care interventions to improve nutrition, increase physical activity levels, reduce alcohol intake, and stop tobacco use. However, implementing these interventions requires considerable practice expense. If we hope to change behavior to reduce chronic illness, the way we pay for primary care services must be modified to incorporate these expenses.
Is Universal Coverage the American Way? - Feature
Decreasing Self-Perceived Health Status Despite Rising Health Expenditures - Graham Center Policy One-Pagers
ABSTRACT: Despite steady increases in U.S. health care spending, the population's self-perceived health status has been in a long-term decline. Increased support for public health, prevention, and primary care could reduce growth in spending and improve actual and perceived health.
Health Care Coverage for All - Editorials