Healthcare

Less Is Often More

In the blame game of who is responsible for our broken healthcare system, society often sees the government and insurance companies as the institutions responsible for creating fragmentation and driving up health care costs.  While they certainly are part of the equation, we can also point the finger at a number of parties. Hospitals, the … Continue reading

Healthcare

The Model for New Healthcare Reform?

The United States has the highest health care expenditure per capita ($7,960 in 2009) across all other Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries. Despite this, the US is ranked twenty-third out of the thirty countries measured in the OECD for mean life expectancy. It is no small secret that the costs of medical … Continue reading