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Health Issues

High Drug Prices Due to Bad Regulation, Not Market Forces

The real problem with high drug prices Mrs. Clinton, is the current overregulation, not insufficient regulation...

High Drug Prices Due to Bad Regulation not Market Forces

The real problem with high drug prices Mrs. Clinton, is the current overregulation, not insufficient regulation...

Obesity's Toll

Americans are more obese than ever and the costs are astounding...

Oscar and the Changing Health Insurance Landscape

A new company is seeking to revolutionize the health insurance industry...

A Market Approach to Better Care at Lower Cost

The U.S. health care system needs restructuring, not just expanded coverage...

Family Spillovers of Long-Term Care Insurance

Families spent $49.3 billion out-of-pocket in 2012 on long-term care...

Medicare and Medicaid at 50

Medicare and Medicaid, two of the largest health insurance programs in the United States, turn 50 years old this year and are showing their age...

Medicare Reform

The long-term solvency of Medicare is the most serious domestic policy problem this country faces in the 21st century...

What Is Increasing the Cost of Generic Drugs?

Generic drugs are inexpensive when there is competition, but recently conditions on the supply-side have hampered competition...

Are All Cancer Treatments Worth the Cost?

Oncologists subject patients to expensive and minimally-effective treatments...


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