Unleashing the power of choice and competition is the best way to lower health care costs and improve quality. One way to immediately empower Americans
Yes, it has long been argued, but not by me, that patients can be turned into health care consumers if only they have more costs
Let’s say you have a serious illness as described below. Supposedly a high deductible will encourage shopping around for the least expensive health care, why?
… but does this behavior mean lower health care costs and is the focus on the real problem? Anyone who reads my blog posts knows
A National Business Group on Health survey indicates more cost management efforts by the nations largest employers. You can’t blame them because costs are still
Some of us delight in accusing politicians of being shortsighted and failing to consider the long-term consequences of their actions or inaction. However, upon further