Tag Archives: healthcare

#MeToo Meets Medicine: Philly doctors fight sex harassment, pay gaps by joining Time’s Up Healthcare – The Philadelphia Inquirer

In response, Philadelphia signatories, found on the group’s website timesuphealthcare.org, include Drexel University College of Medicine, Einstein Health Network, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Penn State College of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, and Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden. So far, Penn has not signed. "Medicine|Pharmacology" –… Read More »

We don’t have to socialize medicine to fix healthcare

The ridiculously high costs of complexity and bureaucracy, not overpriced pharmaceuticals and not expensive hospital stays, are the main drivers behind the excessive cost of healthcare in America. Although it may sound counterintuitive at first, rationally simplifying and minimizing the choice in basic health insurance is the key to fixing this problem without resorting to… Read More »

We Need A True Market Solution To Fix Surprise Billing in Healthcare – Forbes

Amidst the current rancor in Washington there is a rare bipartisan effort to address surprise medical bills. Both the Democrat House and Republican Senate have proposals to protect patients from receiving steep bills after inadvertently receiving treatment from out-of-network health-care providers and most analysts anticipate that such a law will pass Congress before the end… Read More »