News and Opinion - 2019
- – Los Angeles Times
'Medicare for all' won't fix soaring healthcare costs
Any meaningful discussion to cut healthcare costs has been thrown aside by a political debate over a totally unrealistic plan.
- – The New York Times
Examining Conflicting Claims About ‘Medicare for All’
Amid intense political debate, studies have reached drastically different conclusions about a single-payer system’s price tag, cost to families and effect on the health system.
- – Health Affairs
Are Air Ambulances Truly Flying Out Of Reach? Surprise-Billing Policy And The Airline Deregulation Act
It wasn’t long ago that congressional leaders in both parties seemed to agree that something had to be done about surprise medical bills. But recent headlines suggest that federal legislative momentum has stalled, despite an initial surge of bipartisan interest.
- – Investor's Business Daily
Drug Prices: Here's What We Do And Don't Know About Rising Prescription Prices | Investor's Business Daily
Pharmaceutical companies and middlemen are at odds in a battle over drug prices. So, who is actually responsible for high prescription prices?
- – Scope
Are corporations committed to health? Survey suggests there's room to improve - Scope
A survey of more than 1,000 corporations finds variation in actions taken to improve the health of employees, consumers, communities and the environment.
- – Harvard Business Schol
New Survey Shows U.S. Businesses Taking Steps to Foster Culture Of Health, But Room to Grow - News - Harvard Business School
The national survey of 1,017 private sector organizations assessed current levels of engagement in a CoH, measured in terms of four dimensions, employee, environmental, consumer, and community health, and the extent to which businesses promote these dimensions through a series of possible actions. The study also explored potential explanations for advancements in each area.