The COVID-19 pandemic is changing a lot right now. Here are three changes to which I’m paying close attention How we talk about healthcare reform How we talk about rationing ethically How the virus is spreading silently Coronavirus & Healthcare Reform Christopher Beem writes in The Conversation that the coronavirus pandemic will push Americans to … Continue reading Coronavirus: It’s Changing Our Conversation About Healthcare Reform, Ethics & Silent Spread
U.S. healthcare needs to be resuscitated Here's Why U.S. Healthcare Is So Expensive by Steve Parker M.D. - Re-posted with permission at FixUSHealthcare.blog The U.S. has a presidential and other federal elections later this year. So we’ll be hearing more talk about healthcare reform. Mostly talk, not much action. Healthcare is an issue because it … Continue reading Here’s Why U.S. Healthcare Is So Expensive – Re-Posted
William Hsiao PhD, Professor of Economics Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health … Continue reading Healthcare Reform: The Perfect or Politically Possible?
Lawrence I. Bonchek MD, FACC, FACS Editor … Continue reading Single Payer Healthcare: More Counter-Arguments and Rebuttals
Fixing U.S. Healthcare blog’s two-year anniversary is a good time to take stock of what has changed in our approach to fixing U.S. healthcare. And a good time to review highlights of the last year. Elevator Pitch for Fixing U.S. Healthcare Let’s start with an “elevator pitch” summary: The U.S. healthcare system has outgrown itself, … Continue reading Fixing U.S. Healthcare – Annual Review & Summary