As many of you know, I’m a frequent guest on Stand Up! with Pete Dominick on Sirius/XM radio. Another frequest guest, Prof. Eric Segall of Georgia State University College of Law, and I recently teamed up to write a paper on what might happen in the Supreme Court overturns the Affordable Care Act. It was published today by Stanford Law Review Online, it’s ungated, and you should go read it!
- Financial incentives for quality – a review
- Income redistribution and infant health
- The outcomes associated with poor mental health
- Universal coverage, value, and health system envy
- It’s the policy that I doubt, not the beverages
- You’re about to lose Google Reader. Now what?
- MedPAC on Medicare plan competitive bidding
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- The future of personalized medicine in psychiatry?
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Health Care and Constitutional ChaosMay 29, 2012 at 9:20 amAaron Carroll
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