You have probably seen the adds. With Keytruda there is a chance to live longer. But how much longer? Among patients whose PD-L1 levels were from 1% to 19%, those who got […]
Prescription Drug Spending – Why Is the U.S. an Outlier? What is the truth about what we spend and how to change that?
The rhetoric surrounding drug prices is more rhetoric than fact. Allowing the government to negotiate drug prices, even set prices has significant consequences not being discussed with the public. The public is […]
Recent articles I have read and my own experience interviewing dozens of physicians and their staffs give a clear indication that as far as the claim and payment process goes physicians prefer […]
NHS rationing ‘is denying patients care’ as cash crisis deepens | Society | The Guardian-December 2015
I have no doubt we are heading to some new form of a new national health care scheme. It will take some time, but it’s coming. In the meantime, let’s take a […]
“Medicare-for-all” Means Something. Don’t Let Moderates Water It Down. What it means is a carrot on the end of a stick leading us toward an unfulfilled promise
I found this on a Socialist website called Common Dreams. Dreaming is surely an apt moniker. Here are a few excerpts from their website related to Medicare-for-all. Coverage should be comprehensive The […]