The findings come from an analysis of ED visits and insurance enrollment conducted by the Center for Studying Health System Change and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
What does HSC stand for?
HSC stands for Center for Studying Health System Change
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- High Speed Broadband Radio Access
- Harding School of Biblical Studies (now Harding Center for Advanced Ministry Training; Searcy, AK)
- Highland Steel Building Supplies Ltd (UK)
- Harvard Society of Black Scientists and Engineers
- Hellenic Society of Blood Transfusion (Greece)
- High Speed Bus Transfer
- High-Speed Beam Tracking
- Health Solutions Business Unit
- High Side Back Up Over Current
- Humane Society of Boulder Valley
- Half Slotted Container (corrugated box style)
- Hamburger Segel-Club (German yachting association)
- Hamlet Swim Club
- Hampden-Sydney College (Virginia)
- Hand and Shoe Contamination
- Handset Control
- Hard Shell Case
- Hardware Systems Command
- Hardware/Software Codesign (various organizations)
- Hardware/Software Coordination
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AN ANALYSIS FROM THE CENTER FOR STUDYING HEALTH SYSTEM CHANGE Hospital employment of physicians continues to rise rapidly around the country, but the trend could drive up costs at least in the short term, according to a report from the center.
In much of the country, growth in Medicaid enrollment under health reform will greatly outpace growth in the number of primary care physicians willing to treat new Medicaid patients, according to a study by the Center for Studying Health System Change.
According to the Center for Studying Health System Change, only 2.
The federal government's relaxation of self-referral and antikickback laws has had a "modest" effect in encouraging hospitals to subsidize physician purchases of electronic medical record systems, according to an analysis by the Center for Studying Health System Change.
More employers (especially large companies) are turning to health and wellness initiatives to address rising costs and make employees more responsible for health care decisions and costs, but there is little evidence that these activities improve workers' health and/or cut expenses, according to a study by the Center for Studying Health System Change (HSC).
THE INSTABILITY of state budget cycles has a negative effect on public health issues such as insurance eligibility and benefits as well as support for safety net hospitals and community health centers, according to a brief from the Center for Studying Health System Change.
All were inspired by health reforms already under way in Massachusetts, says Paul Ginsburg, president of the Center for Studying Health System Change.