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Health Care Reform

Defining health care reform is much like the proverbial story of three blind people trying to describe an elephant.  Everyone has a different story to tell because they each experienced only a small portion of the elephant and never the animal in its entirety. 750 more words

Personal Experience

Unwarranted outrage from your Freeploid

(See also addendum below: the Free Press didn’t have a reporter at one of the biggest news events in recent history!) 

Regular readers of the Burlington Free Press (all six of us) know that transparency is one of its signature causes. 530 more words

The Media

Vermont gives up on single-payer health plan

Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin announced that he has given up on a plan to introduce a single-payer medical insurance plan—Medicare for everbody—by 2017.

The plan, known as Green Mountain Care, would have cost too much in payroll taxes and would not have generated big savings in medical and insurance costs, he said. 132 more words

Public Policy

Health Care Reform @ ADP: In It To Win It!

A couple of weeks ago marked a special time for our business. I was in Augusta, Georgia, at one of ADP’s preeminent service centers with over 60 other ADP associates. 285 more words

Human Capital Management

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services: Proposed Changes to Medicare Shared Savings Program

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has published a proposed regulation that would make significant changes to the Medicare Shared Savings Program Accountable Care Organizations (ACO).   341 more words

Health Care Reform

Vol. 116 December 15, 2014 Obamacare Update

“After a year in place, the Affordable Care Act has largely succeeded
in delivering on President Obama’s main promises.”
– NY Times

“Americans would rather see it improved than repealed.” 810 more words

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