Robert Samuelson, columnist for the Washington Post, has published a piece about what he calls the 'savings mirage' related to current health reform proposals in Congress (find it
I'm indebted to Christine Helfrich, who works at the Huntsman Cancer Center, for the following story:
Brian Jackson , MD, MS, is an assistant professor of clinical pathology at the University of Utah and medical director of informatics at ARUP Laboratories in Salt Lake City.
Check out the following three references to the Federal Employee Health Benefit Plan:
I'm indebted to my colleague Dr. Don McCanne for the following:
There was a time, in the early 1990s, when health insurance companies devoted more than 95cents out of every premium dollar to paying doctors and hospitals for taking care of their members.
In today's Salt Lake City Tribune this letter to the Editor was found tucked away in the corner:
Quality care doesn't cost more," (Christie North of HealthInsight) said, "in fact, it should cost less because if we're doing the right thing at the right time, then people aren't getting into trou
Dr. Joe Cramer and Dr. Joe Jarvis both have "that sickening feeling right before something really bad occurs", which in this case is Congressional health reform. Dr.
In all the heated, uninformed, ideological howling which has characterized the national health reform 'debate' this year, what has been needed is an authoritative, objective and nonpartisan voice a
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