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The Census Bureau’s Latest Uninsured Report Tells an Interesting Story But Only If You Care to Listen
Back in the day, when game-changing healthcare news wasn’t breaking every five minutes, we veteran healthcare journalists could… Read More
By October 5, 2022
Innovation
Telemedicine Travels Well
Yes, it’s another sports analogy to describe a market phenomenon in healthcare. In sports, when we say, “defense… Read More
By September 28, 2022
Economics
Does Anyone Like Their CFO?
No matter who I’m interviewing, no matter what the topic, and I ask them what the biggest obstacle… Read More
By September 21, 2022
Consumerism
Consumers Leaning Left on Healthcare
Traditionally, in politics, when you wanted to sling mud at an opponent during a campaign, you’d accuse him… Read More
By September 14, 2022
Economics
For Authorized Payers Only: A College Tuition Statement’s Guide to the Healthcare System
Lessons about how the healthcare system in the U.S. really works are everywhere even if you’re not looking… Read More
By September 13, 2022
Economics
Peeling Away at the Private Equity Healthcare Business Model
The debate over private-equity ownership in healthcare really centers around two questions: Will prices for medical care go… Read More
By September 7, 2022
Consumerism
Burda on Healthcare: Health System Capacity Problems Hit Home
I’m superstitious, and I knew it was only a matter of time until a monthly column I wrote… Read More
By September 6, 2022
Consumerism
Where Medicare Advantage Patients Come From
When people talk about Medicare Advantage, all they ever seem to want to talk about is the continuing… Read More
By August 17, 2022
Outcomes
Your Hospital Is Average
If you want great medical care, you should move to Lake Wobegon, where all the hospitals are above… Read More
By August 10, 2022
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