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Reinhardt in the Times on Socialized Medicine

Filed in Health Reform by on August 5, 2012 0 Comments
Reinhardt in the Times on Socialized Medicine
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In case you missed it, in the wake of the opening ceremony to the Olympics which featured a tribute to Great Britain’s National Health Services, Uwe E. Reinhardt, an Economics Professor at Princeton, had an interesting piece in The New York Times regarding  the negative attitudes of  Americans towards “socialized medicine” in general, G.B.’s NHS […]

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Professor Frank Pasquale featured in The Record on ‘A Constitutional Right to Health Care’

Filed in Health Law, Health Reform by on January 18, 2012 0 Comments
Professor Frank Pasquale featured in The Record on ‘A Constitutional Right to Health Care’
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Professor Frank Pasquale wrote a featured Op-ed in The Record, New Jersey’s most awarded newspaper, regarding a constitutional right to health care. Professor Pasquale, who is Associate Director of the Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy and Editor in Chief of HRW, writes: SHOULD the Supreme Court weigh in on America’s great health […]

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Why Angela Braly, CEO of the WellPoint Insurance Co., Deserves a Raise

Filed in Uncategorized by on February 9, 2010 8 Comments
Why Angela Braly, CEO of the WellPoint Insurance Co., Deserves a Raise
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Angela Braly, CEO of  health insurance giant WellPoint, deserves a raise. As regular readers of this column know, Ms. Braly did not make as much as Aetna’s Ronald A. Williams in 2008. In a post written back in May of 2009 I noted of Insurance Company CEO Total Compensation: Aetna’s Ronald Williams received $24,300,112 last […]

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An Overview of Exchanges under the House and Senate Bill

Filed in Proposed Legislation by on January 18, 2010 0 Comments
An Overview of Exchanges under the House and Senate Bill
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On January 8th, 2010, the Alliance for Health Reform and The Commonwealth Fund  co-sponsored and moderated a panel discussion on the health insurance exchanges that are being proposed in both the House and the Senate health reform bills. The panel consisted of Washington and Lee professor Timothy Jost, John Kingsdale of the Massachusetts Commonwealth Health […]

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John V. Jacobi on Health Reform & Care for the Chronically Ill

John V. Jacobi on Health Reform & Care for the Chronically Ill
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In case you missed it: Health Reform Watch regular, Professor John V. Jacobi, interviewed by Lester Feder for Legal Issues in Health Reform, a publication of The O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University. In part: Covering the Chronically Ill: An Interview with John V. Jacobi John V. Jacobi is Dorothea Dix […]

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