Unbiased Analysis of Today's Healthcare Issues

Friday Links

Progress in the fight against pancreatic cancer? Pouring billions down the drain? Does calorie labeling work? When life gives you MACRA. A one size fits all formulary policy?

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Friday Links

‘Are you dead yet’? Digitizing you and me. The future of economics? After the election, will you be able to import drugs from Canada? Merger madness on hold?

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Friday Links

Monetizing your DNA. Government schools. Paging Dr. Google?  Not anytime soon. WHO to set drug prices? Is CAR-T a bust? Are not?

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Sounds like a good idea?

Kaiser’s family of website has some interesting posts of late.  The Kaiser Family Foundation presents 10 Essential Facts about Medicare Prescription Drug Spending.  They show the increasing price of U.S. prescription drugs spending over time. They also show that many patients with Medicare Part D, still bear a large share of prescription drug costs for […]

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Weekend Links

Commuting and health. Should you trust flu shots? Is ICER the new NICE? Is a cure for Zika in the works? Are parents happier than non-parents? Value-based reimbursement in 2016. The evolution of immunotherapy cancer treatment.

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Friday Links

Uber for MDs? Value-based drug pricing at Harvard. Cost of living. Your data or your funding. Powerball. Dr. Google.

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U.S. health system as experienced through a colonoscopy. NNT. Treating breast cancer before it starts. How will CRISPR affect interest rates? Contagious cancer. Everything causes cancer?

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CancerLinQ. MD hand hygiene. DeepMind and NHS collaborate. 4 types of macroeconomics. Drug coupons. Are integrated delivery systems a good idea? Stadium finance.

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Cancer liquid biopsies. Regional variation may not reflect inefficiency. Health care costs for average american family >$25,000/year. The 10 year breast cancer treatment. Peanut allergies and kids UnitedHealth exits California Are urban or rural docs more likely to use EMRs?

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Friday Links

ASCO revises its value framework. Do cell phones cause cancer? Thinking differently about care value. My stressful quest to get a prescription filled. Increasing vaccines prices? And last but not least, David Harlow of HealthBlawg hosts the latest edition of the Health Wonk Review.

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