If society values doctors’ treatment of the rich and the poor equally, it should look at equity in the fees they receive for different patients, an economist writes.
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Many nonprofit health institutions have nothing to hide, so it is not clear why they do not make their financial documents easily available, an economist writes.
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How American hospitals reach their pricing policies could make you laugh, if you’re not a patient, an economist writes.
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Until voters demand transparent and equitable pricing, it will be hard for the United States to control health care spending, an economist writes.
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Lost in the continuing discussion of the rising costs of health care is the stabilizing effect those costs have on the economy, an economist writes.
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Employers are to blame for high and widely divergent prices for health care in the United States, an economist writes.
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Why not link the prices that hospitals can charge the uninsured to the prices Medicare pays? an economist asks.
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Uwe E. Reinhardt: Debating Doctors' Compensation - NYTimes.com.
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It should not be impossible to restrain hospitals from charging so much, but few attempts have been made.
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The Great Recession has been a disaster for the employment prospects of the young, but the story is quite different at the other end of the life cycle.
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