Jack Welch, the former CEO of General Electric, was famous for cornering his managers to justify their projects with an “elevator pitch” that could be delivered to him during a short ride from one floor to the next. Here’s mine pushing for healthcare reform and an Oregon-style cost-benefit analysis approach: You know, of course, how … Continue reading Elevator Pitch for Oregon-style Healthcare Reform
Can Liberals, Conservatives and Libertarians find common ground on an approach to reforming healthcare? - If you are Libertarian, click here. - If you are Liberal, click here. - If you are Conservative, click here. Jump to Summary Conclusion For Libertarians For Libertarians For Libertarians Americans are divided politically, now perhaps more so than at … Continue reading How Could Oregon-style Healthcare Reform Satisfy Liberals, Conservatives and Libertarians?
Between $700 billion and $1.1 trillion every year. This amounts to between 21% and 34% of the $3.3 trillion total healthcare spending for 2016. These figures are the estimates published in 25 authoritative studies done between 2003 and 2012. Donald Berwick MD, former head of Medicare, assembled these 25 studies for the RAND Corporation. Fixing … Continue reading FAQ: How Many Healthcare Dollars Are Wasted?