OK, maybe I haven’t covered literally everything a health policy wonk should know about angioplasty in one post, but it is not for lack of trying. Give it a read and let me know if I overlooked anything of primary importance. You’ll find it on the AcademyHealth blog.
- AcademyHealth: Physician shortages exist all over the world
- What dental care can teach us about coverage expansions
- Stand Up! – April 23, 2014
- It’s getting even harder to justify not expanding Medicaid
- Empowering the states to select essential health benefits.
- Only 1% of hepatitis C patients have received a life-saving, new and expensive drug
- A new study confirms that Obamacare will facilitate earlier retirements
- Did WordPress remove the “keep linebreaks” paste option? (A bleg)
- Economic booms and infectious disease
- You can read JAMA, or watch Healthcare Triage…
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Everything a health policy wonk needs to know about angioplasty, in one postNovember 12, 2012 at 11:30 amAustin Frakt
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