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The Jayne Koskinas Ted Giovanis Foundation for Health and Policy fosters public discussion around health care policy to benefit the public good.  Through research, white papers and other projects, the Foundation serves as an honest, independent broker of ideas and actions designed to achieve the competing goals of cost reduction, expanding access and improving quality.

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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

BCRF Conversations: A Discussion with Drs. Daniele Gilkes and Paul Macklin

Together, Dr. Daniele Gilkes and Dr. Paul Macklin are part of a collaboration between the BCRF and JKTG Foundation that links computational scientists with biologists.







Thursday, March 30, 2017

Funding@Work: Q&A with Robert Ivkov, Ph.D.

Research funded by JKTG has led us to a startling new answer that has the potential to reshape the way people think about cancer nanomedicine, and possibly revolutionize our technology approach. We would never have arrived at this answer without the JKTG funding. It's that simple.







Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Healthy Debate: Why are Hospital Charges So High?

Hospital charges have increased much faster than hospital costs over the past 40 years. More than half of the hospitals in the United States have charges that are more than three times their costs, and for 10% of hospitals, those charges are more than six times their costs. What has changed to cause this tremendous discrepancy between costs and charges?

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Monday, January 9, 2017

Healthy Debate: Don't Treat Medicare Patients Like White Mice

JKTG Founder and president, Ted Giovanis, weighed in on Medicare's alternative payment models and how they treat (or ignore) patients in this week's Modern Healthcare.