Data for Conversations with Various Payer Sources to Align Your Organization’s Services to Reduce the Cost of Care and Readmissions

Highlights
  • About three-quarters of aggregate expenses for persons in the top 5% of spenders were paid for by private insurance or Medicare.
  • In 2018, the top 1% of persons ranked by their healthcare expenditures accounted for about 21% of total healthcare expenditures, while the bottom 50% accounted for only about 3%.
  • Persons ages 65 and older and whites were disproportionately represented in the top spending tiers.
  • Inpatient hospital care accounted for 36% of spending for persons in the top 5% of the spending distribution.

TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE…

This article is subscriber content and requires a subscription. If you have a subscription, then please here. If you do not have a subscription, you may purchase one below.

Best Offer: 2-Year Premium

$144.97/Every 2 Years

Get 2-Year Premium
  • 12 bimonthly print issues (accessible in PDF, Nook, Kindle, Apple Library, or digital formats) to The Remington Report
  • Full access to the remingtonreport.com
  • Access to back issues of The Remington Report
  • Download access to the articles archives
  • MarketScan reports
  • Latest news from across the continuum
  • Exclusive subscriber-only articles
  • FutureFocus e-newsletter
  • Case studies library

1-Year Classic

$74.97/Every 1 Year

Get 1-Year Classic
  • 6 bimonthly print issues (accessible in PDF, Nook, Kindle, Apple Library, or digital formats) to The Remington Report
  • Full access to remingtonreport.com.
  • Access to back issues of The Remington Report
  • Download access to the articles archives
  • MarketScan reports
  • Latest news from across the continuum
  • Exclusive subscriber-only articles
  • FutureFocus e-newsletter
  • Case studies library