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- Health spending growth: known knowns and unknowns
- Healthcare triage: Bayes’ Theorem
- The ACA did not cause the slowdown in spending—but it may be contributing to the recent uptick
- What happened to offsetting coverage expansion costs?
- If a 10 cent coupon incentive works, is anyone surprised that $120 does?
- Some things about vaccines aren’t gray
- A bad reason to oppose Burwell
- The velocity of money
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If broccoli were like health insuranceJune 2, 2012 at 10:00 amAustin Frakt
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