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The Altarum Consumer Engagement (ACE) measure was used to calculate patient activation at both baseline and follow-up in a study examining the relationship between patient activation and Diabetes Prevention Program uptake and attendance.
In this report, Altarum researchers evaluate price transparency tools designed to help consumers make informed choices about where and from whom they receive health care. The findings may surprise you.
In this comprehensive review and critical analysis of the literature, Altarum identified recommended and promising strategies to address obesity in five key settings.
In this study, the commitment domain of the ACE Measure was used to identify the likelihood of successfully managing A1C in diabetes patients, as well as to identify patients who need additional support and clinic resources.
This report presents survey results of Maryland residents about their experiences finding value in health care and about the state's public transparency website, WearTheCost.org.
Most states fail to provide consumers with the information they need to make informed health care choices and even fewer provide data on the price and quality of care together, according to a report by independent nonprofit organizations Altarum and Catal
This report focuses on the needs of lower-income consumers, Medicaid beneficiaries, the uninsured, caregivers, and Spanish speakers, and how health care information can be delivered at the right place and right time to maximize consumer value.
The triangle of painful choices was first introduced in August 2012 as a tool to provide insights about what rate of growth in health spending would be sustainable in the long term.