Reforming Delivery
Reforming Delivery
When the Government is the Only Game in Town

Thanks to our more open entrepreneurial environment, America appears to have an advantage in the race for a better health care system.

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Goldman Sachs: Med Tech Could Save Over $300 Billion

A new report by Goldman Sachs predicts that innovations in medical tech are poised to save the country over $300 billion. Some of the most promising avenues for bringing down costs lie outside the kind of policy tinkering the ACA represents.

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What We Should Do Next on Health Care

After SCOTUS’s ruling on Obamacare, here is where our health care conversation needs to go—and how we will know if reforms are working

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Heart Attack Deaths Reduced as Hospitals Get Efficient

“With no new medical discoveries, no new technologies, no payment incentives” hospitals managed to make treatment for heart attacks much more efficient, saving lives. There’s low hanging fruit for the picking in our health care system.

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Walgreens to the Rescue!

Walgreens is now offering digital visits to doctors in five states. The visits are priced at $49, lower than the typical cost of an in-person doctor’s visit. But obstacles remain to telemedicine’s growth.

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Doc Groups Fight Losing Battle Against Cheaper Health Care

A push towards giving nurse practitioners more autonomy is sweeping the nation, despite attempts by doctors’ groups to stop it.

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Let’s Get Telemedical

Here’s one way telemedicine can streamline health care and cut medical costs for everyone.

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Italy Drifts from Spending Goals

Italy’s spending cuts stop short of rationalizing the country’s government. Both the right and the left in advanced countries need a new vision for governance.

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The Talking Cure for Health Care Costs

Health care company Iora hopes to make money for itself while lowering health care costs and serving patients better, all at the same time.

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Telemedicine to the Rescue in Rural America?

As rural hospitals close nationwide, telemedicine is an obvious, and cheap, way to deliver health care to rural populations. But legal barriers are restricting it.

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