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10 Stupid Things Politicians Said About Healthcare Recently

There have been so many idiotic things put forward by arch conservatives hell-bent on getting government out of our lives even if it means leaving millions of people without health insurance. Here are just ten of the stupidest things politicians have said about healthcare recently.
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The Failure of Healthcare Public Policy in the U.S.

Nearly 40% of the more than 43 million Americans who live below the poverty line avoid going to the doctor because of the cost of medical treatment. We must do better than this.
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How the Freedom Caucus Got Its Way with the AHCA

What the Freedom Caucus taught President Trump about winning...lessons from the House AHCA vote.
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The Benefit of Doing Nothing in Healthcare

Consumers aren't really interested in healthcare claims—what they want from the healthcare system is health restored and diseases prevented.
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How One Caribbean Hospital Delivers High Quality at an Affordable Price

A relentless willingness to rethink and execute better has led Indian-born Health City Cayman Islands (HCCI) to deliver significantly lower costs and consistently high quality.
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The Healthcare Consulting Field is on Fire

The healthcare industry is in a state of massive flux. An aging population combined with increased life expectancy has created a greater demand for services.
Inaccurate Health Plan Provider Directories Cause Too Many Problems

Inaccurate Health Plan Provider Directories Cause Too Many Problems

CMS recently reported that nearly half of the Medicare Advantage provider directories it reviewed were inaccurate. To fix this problem, the healthcare industry must rebuild and redesign their technological processes to update directories.
Mental Health Care in the U.S.: Separate and Unequal

Mental Health Care in the U.S.: Separate and Unequal

More than 20 years after the Mental Health Parity Act, there are wide cracks in the U.S. mental health care delivery system.
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Improving Cancer Care for All Americans

Cancer is policy agnostic—it doesn't wait while policymakers and legislators debate how best to reform the U.S. healthcare system. Whatever direction reform takes, it must put patients first.