Monthly Archives: June 2017

5 Takeaways from Baker’s New Health Reform

[This commentary was published on June 24 on the Commonwealth Magazine website.] PHASE 2 OF THE BAKER ADMINISTRATION’S ambitious health reform agenda emerged this past week.  It contains good and smart proposals – and worrisome ones needing attention. Phase 1 … Continue reading

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Finding Health Reform Principles across Party Lines

[This op-ed appeared in today’s Wall Street Journal and was composed by 8 health care experts from across the right-left political divide: Sara Rosenbaum, Gail Wilensky, Ron Pollack, Lanhee Chen, John McDonough, Grace-Marie Turner, Stuart Butler and Joe Antos. [The … Continue reading

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The State of Play in the US Senate

[This commentary was just published in the May 31st New England Journal of Medicine.] The acid test of any nation’s health care reform happens with a change in national administration. Only when a president or minister who instigated reform departs … Continue reading

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