More difficult than ever to pull off, health care on a fixed, per-capita budget has gone out of style in a number of areas. But many things are cyclical – and this trend may be, too.
Lost market share and further erosion of public trust will be the long-term by-products of this short-term solution.
Memo Clarifies CMS Guidelines on Injectables
Survey: Health System Changes Should Not Be Made Too Quickly
CBO Weighs Effect of Growing Deficit on Fed Programs
Despite Deficits, States Avoid Cutting Medicaid, CHIP Rolls
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