- The Provocateurs (Episode 1)
- Debunking “FloozyCare”
- Insuring Our Nations Veterans
- Understanding Implications of the Medicare Provider Utilization and Payment Data
- Make it rain!
- Medicare paid me $112,134
- Can telemedicine save money?
- PolicyRx Annual Meeting
This Wonk Wednesday we bring you the first episode of “The Provocateurs,” our new video-cast series about the evidence informing health policy. In this first episode, Dr. Andew Gonzalez [...]
Image: Tanya Little (Flickr / Creative Commons) As the implementation of the Affordable Care Act continues, controversy remains around requiring contraception coverage as part of minimum preventive [...]
Photo courtesy the City of North Charleston, SC (Creative Commons / Flickr) Myth: All United States military veterans receive health insurance. Fact: More than 1.5 million U.S. veterans were [...]
This week, Medicare’s public release of “Provider Utilization and Payment Data” has caused quite a stir. Yet, it has raised more questions than it has answered. From what I have [...]
I decided to search the New York Times database to figure out how much money the contributors to this blog made off of Medicare after the uproar yesterday about overpaid doctors. I was a bit [...]
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