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The authors of the Affordable Care Act wrongly assumed that new kinds of health plans, engineered in Washington, D.C., would emerge to displace the national for-profit insurers.
Antibiotic resistance is as old as the dirt that coats our planet.
ObamaCare has accelerated many of the detrimental trends doctors see in their profession, and introduced new ones.
When the price of a drug rises, it becomes profitable and the target of new competition.
Accurate diagnostics are key to enabling successful public health measures.
Our Founders thought politicians should be accountable when it comes to citizens‘ right to life, liberty and the pursuit of heart surgery.
The convergence of information technology and biology allows scientists to translate the human genome into digital data that can accelerate diagnoses and cures.
Limiting Covid’s impact requires us to think differently about confronting respiratory pathogens in the winter.
Rather than redistribute physician income as a way to subsidize an expansion of government control, Mr. Obama should fix the payment system to align incentives with improved care.
Advocacy groups like Families U.S.A. imagine that once Medicaid becomes a middle-class entitlement, political pressure from middle-class workers will force politicians to address these problems by funneling more taxpayer dollars into this flawed program. President Barack Obama’s health plan follows this logic.
Regulators at the Food and Drug Administration have a tough job.
Covid-19 has altered world history.
The pace at which fundamental discoveries of basic science are being uncovered is accelerating, as is the speed at which medical practice is being transformed by these inventions.
The fact is that Medicaid doesn’t even serve well the medical needs of people who should be its principal focus – Americans who are poor in large part because their chronic health problems leave them unable to earn a stable income.
Americans broadly consent to funding clinical research because they believe in the promise of medical research. But people support scientific work only if they trust that it serves societal interests, respects patient dignity and operates with guardrails.
Under Obamacare, doctors have been strained by costly new regulations, intricate payment ‘reforms‘ that tie their Medicare reimbursement to complex federal reporting requirements, and mandates that they install and make ‘meaningful‘ use of electronic health records.
Before Obamacare, many working class Americans had an upper middle class healthcare benefit that they got at work.
Creative destruction is an increasingly prominent feature of modern medical practice.
Over the years, EpiPen’s manufacturer, Mylan, made meaningful modifications to its auto-injector pen. The company maintains some important intellectual property around these revisions. Mylan rightly argues that these features differentiate its device.
The spread of HIV through contaminated blood was a tragic illustration of the risk that blood products could harbor undetectable and latent infection that’s only revealed once it’s widely distributed.
If drug development becomes the domain of government researchers, it’s a sure bet that political lobbying will eventually trump scientific promise and commercial viability when it comes to investment decisions.
Why do physicians prescribe powerful antibiotics? Generally not because our patients ask for them. Most people who come in with a sore throat would be just as happy leaving my office with a prescription for Chloraseptic as clarithromycin.
President Obama famously promised that the Affordable Care Act would not only slow the growth in health care costs, but would also reverse these trends, making the average health insurance plan cheaper. That isn’t happening.
Policies I advanced as FDA commissioner aimed to get smokers off cigarettes and onto less-harmful forms of nicotine delivery.
Reformers in Washington need to do a better job of explaining how market-based alternatives to ObamaCare are a better outcome for the structure and delivery of health care.