The administration touts the cost savings potential of health reform, but does it address the core drivers of poor health and high costs in a way understandable to patients and their doctors?
Given that the US has the highest health care costs in the world relative to the size of our economy, it’s hard to argue against the utility of examining where and how our health care dollars are being spent.
Care Oregon, the state’s main Medicaid managed care plan, had two choices a few years ago.
There are substantial economic and personal costs that accompany aging with functional impairment.
Unlike in the U.S., where it’s difficult to pass health care legislation, sweeping health care reforms are commonplace in Britain, and we might learn much from their mistakes (and successes).
Lastest Altarum data shows that health care inflation has stayed at 2 percent or less for the past four consecutive months.