Anupam B. Jena

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We propose an approach to health insurance reform that promotes high-quality, fiscally sustainable health care for all. Our solution is a departure from both the current system and the Affordable Care Act reforms that begin in 2014.

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Medicare end-of-life counseling: a matter of choice

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Reducing end-of-life costs will do little to curb the growth in Medicare spending overall. But end-of-life care provision should be reformed to match the values of patients.

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Incorporating the effects of health into an analysis of economic disparities in America dramatically affects our understanding of wealth levels across groups–particularly across races.

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New medical technologies are often argued to be a leading force behind the growth in health care spending.

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Anupam B. Jena and Tomas J. Philipson argue that further use of cost-effectiveness analysis to curb health care spending may do more harm than good.

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