The assumption that U.S. healthcare is currently based on unfettered market principles just isn’t true.
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As Medicaid spending soars, policymakers should draw lessons from CHIP
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Re-aligned incentives and improved oversight by the FDA would benefit patients
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Getting critical medications for my daughter
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Out-of-pocket spending creates direct incentives for consumers to care about quality and value
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Public health institutions and practitioners in the US must work to rebuild trust with Americans.
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The prospect of losing Medicaid coverage can discourage higher earnings.
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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…
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A decentralized method of reducing the cost of routine healthcare
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The incentive structures for both researchers and the NIH deserve greater scrutiny
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Reimbursing states differently for the care of original vs. expansion beneficiaries creates bad incentives.
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We should incorporate the lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic into our response to the new public health threat.
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