Lee Goldberg directs Pew’s improving end-of-life care project, which works to advance policies that help people receive high-quality health care near the end of their lives. Before coming to Pew, Goldberg was vice president for health policy at the National Academy of Social Insurance, where he wrote extensively on options for addressing the financing of long-term supports and services, the development of health insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, and the impact of hospital consolidation on health care markets. Goldberg received a master’s degree in international economics and international relations from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies and a law degree from George Washington University. He is a member of the California bar.
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Electronic health records (EHRs) have the potential to dramatically increase physicians’ ability to provide the right care at the right time by making sure they know a patient’s treatment preferences and values. Read More
New measures would hold individual clinicians and health systems accountable for the type of care delivered near the end of life. Read More
On June 24, Pew submitted comments to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) about the agency’s proposed Merit-Based Incentive Payment System and Alternative Payment Models for eligible clinicians. In its comments, Pew encourages CMS to promote quality palliative and end-of-life care and encourages the collection and exchange of unique device identifier data to enhance... Read More