How healthcare reform reduces the deficit in five not-so-easy steps
Democrats have constructed a healthcare reform bill that the Congressional Budget Office says will cut the deficit by more than a trillion dollars over 20 years. But the country doesn't believe the savings are real, Newsweek reports. Here, Newsweek outlines what it says are a few of the bill's best ideas, and how they work.
- Providers Lag as Consumers Set Agenda
- Look Beyond Nurse-Patient Ratios
- Reform Puts Vise Grips on Physicians
- Esther Dyson Launches Population Health Challenge
- Crisis Spurs Healthcare Payment Reform in Arkansas
- Hospital Groups Back NQF Report on Patient Sociodemographics
- ICD-10 Delay Alters Provider, Vendor Prep
- NPP Demand Rising Under Value-Based Care Models
- Medicare Opt-Out a Viable Physician Strategy
- Reduce Readmissions by Activating Patients to Do 'Self-Care'