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posted 12/07/2012

Among the many embattled parts of Medicare's reimbursement system, doctor payments have been perhaps the most contentious. Once again, the battle's heating up.

posted 10/25/2012

Sometimes having too many choices leads to bad decision-making. As political candidates and policymakers toy with the idea of "consumer-driven" health care, it's worthwhile to look at a body of research in behavioral economics. Multiple choices may lead to confusion and poor choices....

posted 10/17/2012

Sifting through the two major competing proposals for Medicare reform, one key question emerges: What will they really cost taxpayers and beneficiaries?...

posted 10/08/2012

For most politicians dealing with Medicare reform, end-of-life cost is one issue that dare not speak its name. Here's what you need to know about this "third-rail" topic.

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Among the many embattled parts of Medicare's reimbursement system, doctor payments have been... more »
posted 12/07/12
Sometimes having too many choices leads to bad decision-making. As political candidates and... more »
posted 10/25/12
Sifting through the two major competing proposals for Medicare reform, one key question emerges:... more »
posted 10/17/12