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Delivering Health
Fixing Healthcare by Fixing Healthcare Delivery

A change of focus in medical school curricula is a hopeful sign for the future.

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What “Narrow” Health Networks Can Tell Us About Single Payer

If you give up choice, you can save money. But do Americans want to give up choice?

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Bringing Healthcare into the 21st Century

A new price transparency tool for cancer medications may save patients a lot of money and improve their health.

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Apple: Our Most Important Health Care Company?

Apple is aiming to make clinical trials better by collecting data from iPhone users who volunteer to take part. The company could become an important health care resource.

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Cheap Tech, Costly Tech, and You

Some technologies make health care better but raises costs. Others lower costs without sacrificing quality. We need much more of the latter.

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Concierge Medicine Reaches Middle Class

More middle-income Americans are experimenting with concierge medicine, but that means provider shortages could get even worse.

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The ACA Empowers Nanny Bosses

Employers are increasingly penalizing employees who refuse to enroll in programs to lose weight or quit smoking.

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Medical Association Gives One Cheer for Telemedicine

The AMA’s new guidelines for telemedicine are needlessly prohibitive. We need to rethink how we regulate health care in the age of smartphones, instead of importing old regulatory structures.

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The ACA Is a Distraction from Our Health Care Crisis

The Commonwealth Fund has put the U.S. last in its 2014 survey of first world health care systems. It’s yet another reminder that the ACA is no cure for the persistent flaws in our health care system.

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The Downside to Big Data in Health Care

Big Data applications are all the rage in health care right now, but centralized databases have limitations. We need to empower consumers, not give medi-wonks more excuses to exercise even more centralized control of the national health care bureaucracy.

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The Future

Here’s some fodder for your next dinner party.

Psy-ops

Hint: It involves leaflets, psy-ops, and calls from Mom.

Libyan Afterparty

America’s top general in Africa has confirmed that Russia is up to new tricks in Libya.

EDTECH

As if holding back America’s schools wasn’t enough….

Pipeline Politics

Still, several hurdles remain for the beleaguered project.

Soft or Hard Landing

It feels like 2015 all over again.

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