Blog Entries By: George

Healthcare system changes: a cost-conscious audience is a very hard surface for hospitals to land on

There is a prevalent opinion that the current healthcare system is so malleable as to be impossible to change; it can adapt to anything and it will never change; just like water, it takes whatever shape the environment imposes. At we think the analogy is faulty.
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Moving beyond the PPO

A couple of days ago, Heather Caspi published a post in entitled 'The mystery of the disappearing PPO plans'. We completely agree that the problems she points out are glaring. We do not think, however, there is any mystery in the PPO plans failure.
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Self-diagnosis in the age of internet

Some time ago in February those of us keeping an eye on news related to healthcare got quite excited by Google’s announcement that it will start displaying relevant medical facts in the answer box we started to get familiar with or within an app on your smartphone.
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Undisclosed Committee behind Our Soaring Health Care Costs

National health care spending in the US has reached $2.8 trillion in 2012 - more than 17 % of the country’s gross domestic product — more than any other industrialized country. Still our citizens are not healthier than those in other industrialized countries.
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Obamacare is ruining lives

When it comes to healthcare, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) originally maintained, “All of the horror stories are untrue, but they’re being told all over America”; At the moment he states that he never called such horror stories lies.
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