Market-based healthcare policy solutions
The assumption that U.S. healthcare is currently based on unfettered market principles just isn’t true.
Getting critical medications for my daughter
Out-of-pocket spending creates direct incentives for consumers to care about quality and value
Probably. But you have to know how to look.
As Medicaid spending soars, policymakers should draw lessons from CHIP
This post is the first of a series on financing long-term care in the US. In part one, we provide a brief overview of the long-term care landscape and…
Re-aligned incentives and improved oversight by the FDA would benefit patients
Public health institutions and practitioners in the US must work to rebuild trust with Americans.
The prospect of losing Medicaid coverage can discourage higher earnings.
And that’s a good thing. But we need longer-term solutions to fix Medicaid.
A decentralized method of reducing the cost of routine healthcare