The PriceWaterhouseCooper Health Research institute Identifies top health issues for 2018.
Mark Farrah Associates issues an analysis of recent payments (bribes) to health plans to keep them happy about participating in the ACA exchanges.
Now that reforming the reform law appears to be off the table for a while, here are the top health issues that Congress should, but probably won’t address.
The basis for many people’s believe in government-controlled health care is that it is an inherent or basic human right. That is a strange argument to me.
American taxpayers have handed out over $24 billion in subsidies to purchase health insurance under the new law. HHS has said it doesn't know if the recipients were actually eligible, but maybe by 2022 they will have some idea. What a joke.http://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20170717/NEWS/170719915?utm_source=modernhealthcare&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20170717-NEWS-170719915&utm_campaign=am
An article in the Wall Street Journal suggests that “smart medicine” will fix our cost and quality issues. I don’t think so.
A lot of nonsense is being tossed around about attempts to change the current federal health “reform” law.
Proponents of the original federal reform law make misleading statements to try to defend it.
A Robert Wood Johnson report contains misleading claims that the federal reform law helped reduce health spending.
A report from the Urban Institute tries to explain how the wonderful ACA mandate for individual coverage could have possibly failed so miserably.
Today’s post suggests some ideas to improve the current health system, if we can’t totally replace it.
In our continuing thoughts on how to improve our health system, we look at how care is financed for most people.
As this blog demonstrates, it is easy to take shots at something as complex as health care. Is there a better system than we currently have?
Even the Administration has now acknowledged that premiums for the benchmark silver plans on the reform law’s insurance exchanges will rise at a huge rate.