Led by Dr. Amol Navathe, the Payment Insights Team is an interdisciplinary team of experts based in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Our mission is to utilize insights from economics and behavioral science to analyze existing policy effects and design, test, and evaluate financial and non-financial interventions that can improve care in pragmatic, real-world settings. We are committed to doing so in collaboration with health insurer, health system, physician practice and policymaker partners in order to achieve organizational and societal goals of greater health care value and equity.


We Are Hiring! The Payment Insights Team (soon to be The Parity Center) is looking for a Postdoctoral Fellow -- for full information and to apply, click here.

The Postdoctoral Fellow will join The Parity Center, based in the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy in the Perelman School of Medicine. This new interdisciplinary team of experts will be led by Amol Navathe, MD, PhD, as Center Director, and will include Paula Chatterjee, MD, MPH; Austin Kilaru, MD, MHSP; Kristin Linn, PhD; Ravi Parikh, MD, MPP; and Eric Roberts, MA, PhD, as Associate Directors. The aims of The Parity Center are to advance the redesign of payment and policy to promote healthcare equity; build partnerships with payment and delivery organizations to translate and test in real world settings; and train future leaders who can address payment-related drivers of inequity. The University of Pennsylvania will be the first institution in the world to house a research center with this unique focus that is both foundational and highly topical and policy relevant in today’s world. The Center is committed to these goals in collaboration with health insurer, health system, physician practice and policymaker partners to achieve organizational and societal goals of greater health care value and equity.

CHIBE X Humana Webinar: Changing Care Models in the 21st Century

Panelists from the University of Pennsylvania and Humana will discuss major shifts in health care delivery, such as using technology and telehealth to make our national health system more cost efficient and higher quality. The panelists will also discuss other shifts such as moving more care out of the hospital and into the outpatient setting or into the home and using technology like AI to make care more proactive and less reactive. View the Webinar here.