I was going to stick this in R & R, but I had to say something more. There’s an article in the NYT today about
Just a quick note that the way in which the one-year doc fix is paid for leaves considerable discresion to the HHS Secretary. Here’s how
It’s posted at Write on Health. Aaron gets a prominent mention, and other worthy posts are summarized. Take a look.
I can’t help it. I’m a strategic thinker, though I’m not claiming I’m a good one. I just think about things from all conceivable angles
Austin uses Rep Issa’s comments to call for the end of “death panel” talk. He also wishes that we could act as if “rationing” were
From today’s Houston Chronicle: As employees face higher co-pays, deductibles and health care premiums, a relatively new insurance product has become increasingly popular. It’s known
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), who has just been selected by his colleagues to be the next chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government
Aaron and I have a co-authored Kaiser Health News column out today. It begins, By some accounts, the Republican takeover of the House is a