Podcast interview with Consumer-Purchaser Disclosure Project co-chair, Peter Lee

The Consumer-Purchaser Disclosure Project (CPDP) advocates “a transparent health care market, in which decision-making is supported by publicly reported comparative information.” The goal is to combine better information with payment reform to improve quality and cost.

I spoke recently with Peter Lee, co-chair of CPDP and Executive Director, National Health Policy at the Pacific Business Group on Health. We covered the structure and function of the CPDP, payment reform (including the reimbursement for procedure-oriented specialties vs. primary care), health IT, and his expectations of where we’ll be a decade from now.

October 30, 2009

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