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Category Archives: insurance
I received a link this morning to a cutesy video wherein Doctor Marshall advocates for Congress to come visit a hospital on a field trip and truly learn what’s broken in health care. Obviously, a day late for me, but … Continue reading
All too often in conversation about universal health care coverage, universal access, or the rising cost of health care, many American people I talk to fall back on the trusty free market response: a free market with healthy competition produces … Continue reading
NYT has a section today on “who pays for efficiency”, several articles and a handy flash map from Dartmouth Atlas look at cost of care around the country, disparities in coverage and reimbursement, and the price of efficieny and who … Continue reading
Yanked this out of kaisernetwork.org today… Hospitals Bill Uninsured Patients More Hospitals on average bill uninsured patients 2.5 times more than they bill health insurers and three times more than they bill Medicare for medical services, according to a study … Continue reading