Sec. Sebelius has an op-ed in the Washington Post that Ezra Klein notes is absolutely an answer to Gov. Daniels’ in the WSJ from a
Turns out, correct — or in this case, incorrect — interpretation of research has implications. Policymakers should brush up on the difference between correlation and
Do we spend too little on substance use treatment? Let’s examine some numbers: According to figures presented in a recent Health Affairs paper by Mark,
The figure below, taken from a paper by Steve Pizer, is a conceptual model for a generic observational study of some health-related treatment or intervention.
Since policymakers are casting about for alternatives to the individual mandate, we should consider what Medicare does to encourage folks to enroll in its programs.