MIT’s Jon Gruber says a NYT analysis of national health reform focused on the labor market is flawed.
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Does your doctor or hospital deliver good care? Most of us answer that question based on our experience. You like your doctor or you don’t. You feel better after seeing the doctor or having something done at the hospital, or you don’t. Sometimes we ask family members or friends for their opinion. Beyond that, it’s …
A report finds that out-of-pocket costs for substance abuse care are rising much faster than for other types of care.
The latest state report finds little shift from more expensive hospitals to cheaper community care.
You practically need an MBA to understand the response one reporter got from Medicare when she asked a fairly straightforward question about a colonoscopy payment.
Time magazine’s ‘Bitter Pill” story stirs debate and some more persuasive responses.
An expert argues that the potential benefits of workplace wellness programs are outrageously oversold.
Another health care leader jumps into the 2014 race for governor of Mass.
With about a third of all health care spending going to waste, one group is asking doctors to choose more wisely when it comes to medical tests.
A study comparing robotic and laparoscopic hysterectomies found that there was no difference in complication rates or outcomes. The big difference was cost: the robotic hysterectomy was, on average, about $2,200 dollars more.