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EDITORIAL: Having additional providers could lower health care costs

July 13--It is no secret that health care costs in southeast Minnesota are some of the highest in the state. High health care costs -- whether you purchase your insurance through the state or otherwis... read more

You Cannot Control Health Care Costs By Pushing Down Prices

The most common argument for single payer health insurance is the idea that if government were the only buyer, it could lower health care costs by ... surtax on the providers and rebate the funds to e... read more

HHS Is Embracing A Broader Vision Of Health Care

In the last month, divisions of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services have ... reduced cost sharing) to encourage enrollees with specified chronic conditions to use high value clinical serv... read more

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The message is simple: don’t raise our health care costs

Tim Walz’s plan to reinstate a regressive sick tax on Minnesotans’ health care. This provider tax or “sick ... you would pay an additional tax above and beyond the usual costs for your visit. The DFL’ ... read more


Insurers Hand Out Cash and Gifts To Sway Brokers Who Sell Employer Health Plans

The fee may be a similar amount to the commission they could have earned ... meaning the company bears the cost of the health care bills. Price says the Inn went from spending about $1 million a year ... read more

Editorial: Study shows path to lower health costs

A NEW STATE report suggesting ways to curb the soaring cost of health ... could be reduced, and the report offers several suggestions worth considering. Among the ideas is to investigate ways to pay l... read more

Would a health reinsurance program work in Colorado? Polis says program would curb health care costs

"Reinsurance could lower ... would have been paid for under that plan by repurposing federal tax credits under the Affordable Care Act at no additional cost to the government, plus fees on a broad bas... read more

Scott administration floats ‘age-rating’ for health care insurance

“We don’t have ... health care subsidies would see those subsidies increase under an age-rating scenario. They’re are looking into additional reforms that could mitigate the impact of higher ... read more

ENTERPRISE EDITORIAL: Texas Teachers deserve help on health insurance

With a group that large, the state ought to be able to find a health insurance provider that could offer a better rate ... it can generally offer lower rates. Not every person will have expensive clai... read more

The Health 202: States scramble to head off future Medicaid shortfalls

California, Louisiana, Arizona, Colorado, Indiana and Minnesota have also implemented higher taxes either on health providers ... safe, lower-cost insulin.” Patients would still need a prescription to ... read more

Exclusive: Triangle providers tear into each others' applications for more surgical rooms in Wake County

It also results in a silent, cutthroat competition within the pages of these documents, while providers relentlessly call out every possible error their competition could have ... where cost containme... read more

Anne Kauffman Nolon on the potential of mergers among community health centers: Q&A

New York has an opportunity to be among the few states that have considered and put in place access for all. We should get there. Integrating care for heart disease, cancer could lower ... costs, Stei... read more



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