Tag Archives: Patient-centric Health

Controlling healthcare costs has never seemed so far away, yet so near at hand. Politicians tell us we need to insure more people, invest in technology and launch new prevention services in order to reel in costs, despite any empirical evidence that it’s true.  In fact, several studies have shown the opposite effect, where these techniques […]

With the health insurance reform “debate” going full tilt this week in Washington, I think it’s important to recognize that we need to prioritize the issues of access and affordability.  The problem isn’t that we have “the uninsured”, but rather, we have too much health insurance! That’s right, too much health insurance. Insurance was designed to transfer […]