In the Literature:
Health Affairs: V-BID Improves Medication Adherence Without Increase in Total Health Spending
A recent Health Affairs article reported that V-BID programs that lowered cost-sharing on high-value drugs led to increased medication adherence without raising total healthcare expenditures. Read more.
American Journal of Managed Care: Reducing the Use of Unnecessary Medical Services
A recent editorial in the American Journal of Managed care discusses methods for reducing the use of low-value services. Click here to learn more about the V-BID Center initiative to reduce low-value care.
Journal of Clinical Pathways: Precision Medicine and the Use of Clinical Benefit in Guiding Health Spending
A recent article in the Journal of Clinical Pathways addresses the rise of precision medicine and the importance of using precision benefit design to ensure access to clinically indicated therapies.
Kaiser Family Foundation: Sixty Percent of the Public is Very Concerned About Rising Healthcare Costs
According to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, a majority of the public are very concerned about the amount individuals pay for healthcare. Click here to learn how V-BID reduces financial barriers to care in one of the most common benefit designs: the high-deductible health plan.
Integrated Benefits Institute: The Effect of Medication Adherence on Workplace Productivity
The Integrated Benefits Institute, in collaboration with the V-BID Center, published a study that found medication adherence improves productivity for workers with diabetes and other conditions. Learn more.
The Upshot: Reducing the Overuse and Misuse of Certain Procedures Should Be A Top Priority
An article in The Upshot reviewed research on the harmful and costly effects of overuse and misuse of several clinical procedures. Click here to learn more about how V-BID can minimize the use of low-value services.