Mark V. Pauly authored an article for the Health Policy$ense blog entitled, "Your Health Insurance is Making You Ignore Your Doctor."
On Knowledge@Wharton and in a Penn Today article, PSC Associate Mark V. Pauly discusses the future of the Affordable Care Act, which is being reviewed by the courts. “I will be heartsick if it’s declared unconstitutional,” says Pauly. “My view is that you should be required to have health insurance just like you’re required to wear clothes in cold weather.”
On the Knowledge@Wharton, Mark V. Pauly, of PSC & PARC, and Genevieve Kanter of the Perelman School of Medicine discuss the impact of changes to the Stark Law, which prevents doctors from self-referral, and the effectiveness of accountable care organizations (ACO).“I would be even more enthusiastic about ACOs if it had been shown that they actually improve the coordination of care,” says Kanter.
PSC researcher, Mark V. Pauly, and co-authors have published a research brief with the Penn Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (Penn LDI) about the reduction of postacute care and cost.
Mark Pauly and fellow Penn professors have published a book titled "Managing Discovery in the Life Sciences: Harnessing Creativity to Drive Biomedical Innovation,” which explores importing both scientific knowledge and business acumen for launching scientific discovery into a billion dollar market. The book has its origins in the Roy and Diana Vagelos Program in Life Science and Management (LSM), a dual-degree offering by the School of Arts and Sciences and the Wharton School. Read more about the book in a Penn news article here.
The end of the individual mandate requiring Americans to purchase insurance looms large, but it’s not the only administrative change that the health care sector will see in the coming year, according to Mark Pauly. He and Robert Field looked at the future of Medicare, drug prices and health care job prospects on Knowledge@Wharton. (Audio)
The special seminar put together as part of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (LDI) 50th Anniversary year, featured the three previous executive directors of the LDI, along with CHOPR’s Director and Founder, Linda H. Aiken, PhD, RN. Moderated by current LDI Executive Director Daniel Polsky, PhD, Aiken was joined by David Asch, MD, J. Sanford Schwartz, MD and Mark Pauly, PhD.
Mark Pauly's research is cited in an article about the costs of insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Research by Mark Pauly shows that older women are paying more under the Affordable Care Act.
Mark V. Pauly is quoted in a Knowledge@Wharton article on the "The Soda Tax Gamble: Will It Really Make Us Healthier?"
The LDI Health Economist convened a panel of four University of Pennsylvania health care experts, including Mark Pauly, to explore the latest developments on the issue of physician income.
Mark V. Pauly is the 2012 winner of the William B. Graham Prize for Health Services Research, funded by the Baxter International Foundation and administered by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. The Baxter International Foundation established this Prize to recognize its longtime CEO, William Graham. The prize award includes $50,000. Dr. Pauly will be honored in May.
Mark Pauly explains what the health-care bill means to the average citizen in the article "What the Health-Care Overhaul Would Do," in the Philadelphia Inquirer. (3/22/2010)
Mark Pauly is quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer article, "Insurer plans its own clinic in North Philadelphia."