Altarum's Healthcare Value Hub

The Hub is the premier online resource for policy makers, advocates, and health officials looking for guidance on policies and practices that provide better overall value to health care consumers.

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About the Hub

The Healthcare Value Hub monitors, translates, and disseminates evidence-based policies and practices that improve value to health care consumers, particularly in the areas of cost and quality. The Hub also connects advocates, researchers, and policymakers to enhance understanding of issues and to spark action on the most promising policies and initiatives. The impact of the Hub is felt nationwide, from Connecticut where our survey of consumers helped pass a drug price transparency bill to a health care reform “bootcamp” for advocates, insurers, providers and other stakeholders in Utah. Learn how we can help your organization advance change in your state and community at 

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Beth Beaudin-Seiler

Beth Beaudin-Seiler  - PhD

Director, Healthcare Value Hub

Areas of Expertise
  • Defining and Measuring Value in Health Care
  • Low-value Care
  • Consumer Affordability in Health Care

Beth is the Director of the Healthcare Value Hub and a Senior Analyst in the Applied Research and Analytics practice area at Altarum. Expert in both quantitative and qualitative health-related research projects, Beth brings extensive experience conducting literature reviews; numerous hours conducting key informant interviews for both focus groups and one-on-one interviews; and high proficiency in analyzing qualitative data. Her qualitative work includes topic areas such as defining and measuring low-value care; defining safety-net hospitals; and the practicality of low-value care tools to visualize waste within health care systems. Beth leads survey development, fielding, and analysis of quantitative data for the Consumer Healthcare Experience State Survey (CHESS), which advocates utilize to inform key decision-makers on out-of-network billing practices, surprise billing prevalence, and other affordability issues in their respective states. Beth also manages the Research Consortium for Health Care Value Assessment. She holds a doctor of philosophy degree in public affairs and administration from Western Michigan University.