Value-Based Care Conundrum for Reforming U.S. Healthcare – A Response

Healthcare Attorney Matt Fisher has recently described the “Cost Conundrum of Value-Based Care.” He provides a sober reality check for public and private healthcare sectors as well as healthcare investors. Question: Could cost-benefit analysis better achieve the same goal as value-based payment by attacking the cost problem more directly head on? Value-Based Payment Bandwagon As Attorney … Continue reading Value-Based Care Conundrum for Reforming U.S. Healthcare – A Response

Response to Peter Orszag: Efficiency Is Not Enough!

Economist Peter Orszag, who blogs regularly on the economics of healthcare, recently highlighted a survey of healthcare CEOs conducted by his firm Lazard. The survey showed that these CEOs see that “Healthcare is reforming, just not in Washington.”  Business (small and large) is rightly fed up with Washington’s petty partisan tinkering with the healthcare system. … Continue reading Response to Peter Orszag: Efficiency Is Not Enough!