I think it’s fair to say that we’ve done as much as any blog to discuss health policy in this election. I have nothing more to offer than Austin and I did in this JAMA piece (which all of you better have read). Now is the time to decide. Go vote. At almost any level, it will effect the future of health care in this country.
- Interpreting the latest prostate cancer study
- Does the ACA deserve the credit (or blame) for rising deductibles?
- Very, very rare meeting of TIE
- Limitations of bundled payments
- CHSR Symposium
- Good things don’t always save money, part 477
- Healthcare Triage: Antibacterial Soap
- Free birth control doesn’t make women less careful
- Bad news for e-cig use
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