HPC Votes to Shake Up its Subcommittees

The Health Policy Commission says it is restructuring its standing subcommittees to better align them with “priority policy outcomes.” Following last Tuesday’s vote, gone are the standing committees on Quality Improvement and Patient Protection, Cost Trends and Market Performance, Care Delivery and Payment System Transformation, and Community Hospital Investment and Consumer Involvement. Replacing them are standing committees on Market Oversight and Transparency, and Care Delivery Transformation. The previous Administration & Finance subcommittee will remain under the reorganization.