It is interesting and instructive to look back one year and remember what polls of Americans were saying about health system reform.
Pointing out that in the last 2 years, 12 million Americans have been denied coverage, the Huffington Post is collecting stories about health insurance denials.
Check out this little item found on Utah Policy Daily written by Bryan Schott (find it here):
Those seeking to reform American health care should begin by understanding how trends are already changing the way we pay for and deliver services.
Any conversation, consideration, or inquiry into our health system should begin with information about how we pay for and deliver care now.
The LA Times is reporting that Billy Tauzin, highly paid lobbyist for the pharmaceutical industry, will resign later this year.
Thanks to my colleague Dr. Don McCanne for noting the following:
A few weeks ago, James Thalman (Deseret News) reported about a poll of Utahns concerning whether health care is as much a basic community right as education (find the article
Former President Bill Clinton's widely publicized hospital visit for stent placement happened the same day that the Wall Street Jo
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