Spotlight Health Underwriters
Underwriters represent some of the foremost organizations in the U.S. and around the world. We are proud to present their ideas, their executives, and their important work in the following pages. For underwriting inquiries, please contact Deb Cunningham.
For the past 100 years, the Commonwealth Fund has worked to improve health care and make it accessible to all Americans, especially the most vulnerable. Today our work is focused on three key areas: expanding health insurance coverage and access to care, improving how health care is delivered to patients, and making care more affordable.
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Our current programs include:
- Health Care Coverage and Access supports efforts to ensure affordable health coverage and timely access to care for all.
- Health Care Delivery System Reform identifies and assesses care models and reforms that could improve health system performance for high-need, high-cost patients and society’s most vulnerable populations.
- International Health Policy and Practice Innovations is building an international network of experts for cross-national learning, benchmarking U.S. health system performance, and fostering the transfer of innovations from abroad.
- Tracking Health System Performance provides policymakers, providers, and the public with health system performance benchmarks and insights from the field to inspire improvement and inform future actions.
- Federal and State Health Policy strengthens the capacity of federal and state policymakers to adopt and implement policies that facilitate health system transformation.
- Controlling Health Care Costs analyzes prices and spending in health care markets to understand cost drivers and identify approaches to addressing them.
- Advancing Medicare identifies ways that Medicare can serve its 50 million elderly and disabled beneficiaries more effectively, efficiently, and equitably.