Anthem Public Policy Institute
The Anthem Public Policy Institute was established to share data and insights to inform public policy and shape the healthcare programs of the future. The Public Policy Institute strives to be an objective and credible contributor to healthcare innovation and transformation through publication of policy-relevant data analysis, timely research and insights from Anthem’s innovative programs.
To help inform public policy discussions regarding the future of virtual care, the Anthem Public Policy Institute analyzed data from Anthem’s affiliated Medicare Advantage (MA) plans.
Switching some GI procedures from hospital outpatient departments to ambulatory surgery centers could lead to significant cost savings for both consumers and the health system.
For Anthem and the Anthem Foundation, our commitment to improving and expanding access to sufficient, affordable and nutritious food options for communities continues on World Food Day, during Anthem Volunteer Days and beyond.
Only by collaborating within our organization and with others throughout the healthcare community can we collectively develop innovative solutions that make a difference in fighting the opioid epidemic.
By better understanding how consumers view social determinants and their role in their health, payers and providers can identify opportunities to address gaps in care and engage more effectively with members and individuals.
The Anthem Public Policy Institute set out to improve understanding of the Medicaid expansion population by sponsoring a new study from Avalere Health, a leading healthcare data analysis firm.
A new analysis from Avalere Health, sponsored by Anthem’s Public Policy Institute, highlights the improvements in care that chronic condition special needs plans (C-SNPs) can deliver to Medicare beneficiaries with diabetes as compared to non-SNP plans.
As Anthem’s Public Policy Institute outlines in its new whitepaper, more states are turning to managed care as a solution for their Medicaid programs – which is not surprising given it is shown to improve the quality of care, enhance member experience, and manage costs.