Flawed results by OECD have been used to call for health care reform in the U.S.
Although the United States spends more on health care than other developed countries, reports have indicated inferior US health system performance. But the methodology behind such comparisons turns out to be far from accurate.
As part of the AEI project Beyond “Repeal and Replace,” health industry analyst Stephen T. Parente questions whether The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 is likely to overcome longstanding economic disincentives to the use of electronic health records.
Why the uninsured will continue waiting for insurance long after Obamacare becomes law.
AEI scholars and other experts will examine the likely impact, feasibility, and support for forthcoming health care reforms.