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Viewpoint: Politicians must address skewed economics of health care

In this politically polarizing climate, one of the most destructive problems we face as a nation isn’t even a blip on the federal government’s radar. The elephant in the room? The cost of ... read more

New Health Rankings: Of 17 Nations, U.S. Is Dead Last

The authors took pains to counteract the possible assumption that U.S. numbers must be negatively skewed ... our health gap. New support for primary care, free cancer screenings, improved women's care ... read more

Letters: Bill forces patients to take extra steps

Health care ... Both Viewpoint and Voice of the People submissions are subject to editing. All submissions must include the writer's full name, which will be printed. Letters, including e-mail, which ... read more

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Another Economic Management Team!

higher economic growth and economic diversification, but also in job creation, better school enrolment, improved access to health care and a more sustainable environment. They want regular and ... read more


Creating Health in America, One Person at a Time

Instead, the objective must be to organise, and to use evidence to promote a clear pro-health political ... address as we transition to a new administration. What positive steps can be taken to ... read more

Politicians love to talk about family. But maybe not yours.

It is “the foundation of American life,” Bill Clinton agreed in his 1996 address ... skewed vision of what they need: quality, affordable day care; the opportunity to buy homes in safe neighborhoods ... read more

Viewpoint: I survived homelessness. Here's how you can help others do the same

Somewhere between aging out of the foster care ... address the housing crisis limits our ability to attract major employers, lure tourists and operate retail. Figuring out how to prevent and manage ... read more

The Affordable Care Act’s Rulemaking Process: What the Research Shows

Furthermore, multiple analytical inadequacies skewed the agency ... a problem unique to the health care regulation.”[9] To examine this hypothesis further, Ellig and Conover examined the role of ... read more

The key to CVE, health and education? Good governance

It is an essential ingredient of a country’s human and economic progress and must ... skewed power relations is staggering: millions of people have little control over their lives, face deprivation, ... read more

Hamilton: Political and policy skills are merging

And we all want to address the bread-and-butter issues that are on most Americans’ minds: economic opportunity, health care ... Both Viewpoint and Voice of the People submissions are subject to ... read more

Constitution amendment: Failure of imagination and need for political courage

John McCain , the indomitable United States of America, USA senator whose vote torpedoed the Republican Party- his political party’s attempt to repeal the USA affordable health care bill-dubbed ... ... read more

The Most Important Economic Stories of 2013—in 44 Graphs

The question we must ... address the economic problems that remain. The Year in Health Care: Slow and Steady... Adrianna McIntyre, The Incidental Economist: With or without website glitches, we would ... read more



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