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Gearing up for the Long Aftermath of Health Reform

Post by Christina S. Ho Senior Fellow and Project Director of the China Health Law Initiative O’Neill Institute The passage of universal health care, or (near-universal health care in this case), as Obama proclaimed, finally affirms in principle that as a society, we owe some security to one another against the life-and-death risks that can […]

Covering the Chronically Ill: An Interview with John V. Jacobi

John V. Jacobi is Dorothea Dix Professor of Health Law and Policy at the Seton Hall University School of Law. The O’Neill Institute’s Lester Feder spoke with him about health reform and covering those with chronic illness. Lester Feder: Generally speaking, what do you think of what it is looking like we’re going to get […]

Transparency and Disclosure: Reform Bill Provisions

Transparency and disclosure are vital, although largely ignored, issues in health care reform. Health care is the most expensive thing that we as a nation consume, and one of the most dangerous. We spend over 17% of our national income on health care. Far more Americans die each year from medical errors than from auto […]

Does the VA Cost Less Than Private Health Care?

Taking a break from law, this post is about whether the Veterans Health Administration provides care more efficiently than the private sector.  Paul Krugman and others have held the VA out as a shining example of the government’s ability to provide high quality care efficiently, as well as the private sector’s need to lower costs […]

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