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Alex Pierson: Ontario health care has gone to the dogs

Health care has gone to the dogs. My dog in particular.

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Two weeks ago, I noticed my dog Butter walking oddly. 805 more words

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Health spending in Canada to reach $242B this year: report

TORONTO – Health spending in Canada is expected to reach $6,604 per capita this year – or about $200 more per person compared to last year – according to a report released Tuesday by the Canadian Institute for Health Information. 218 more words

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Employers saving thousands on medical bills due to up-front pricing | KFOR.com

Yet there are still many among us who refuse to believe that price honesty in an open market can “bend the healthcare cost curve” – let alone that it is essential for affordable healthcare. 45 more words

The GOP Congress Needs to Get Back to Fundamentals

Granted that it is hard to implement good policy with a populist President like Donald Trump who is most interested in stirring up his base, nevertheless the Republican Congress is making some serious policy mistakes: 261 more words

Jack Heidel

A Different Perspective on U.S. Healthcare Reform

U.S. healthcare policy is now in limbo. The Affordable Care Act has withstood Congressional attempts to repeal it, but it has many flaws which need to be repaired.  278 more words

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Moving Forward on Healthcare Reform: Emphasize Cost Control

Now that the Republicans have failed to replace the Affordable Care Act with a poor substitute, it is likely that a bipartisan plan will emerge.  Both sides want changes in the existing structure of the ACA.  240 more words

Jack Heidel

The Need to Put Medicaid on a Budget

The GOP healthcare plan, both the House version and the Senate version, are highly imperfect. Yet they each do one thing which is badly needed. 301 more words

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