Unbiased Analysis of Today's Healthcare Issues

Friday Links

Rising drug prices. QPP. Healthcare-wide CER. The age of tech. AI and medicine.

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Friday Links

Should prisoners get a cure for HCV? Food stamps and beer. Cutting a cake fairly. Uber for caregivers. MSF rejects 1m free vaccines.

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Friday Links

Health state utilities: Best practices and critique. Health, big data and privacy. Tying drug prices to patient outcomes. Dr. Watson. Absolute vs. relative risk.

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Friday Links

The for-profit charity? The reliability of Chinese RCT data. 122. Hackable insulin pumps? Nano cars

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Friday Links

Using biomarker data. Cancer moonshot has started. Frakt on value frameworks. A downside of work. Drug price negotiation coming to the U.S.

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Links to Start your Week

Physicians and numeracy. Should pharmaceutical research be not-for-profi? Index funds turn 40. Cancer care: US vs EU Hillary Clinton’s “full medical records”

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SF is the new Detroit? Is customer satisfaction liked to patient care or advertising? Trust genetic or traditional medical tests? Are ACOs starting to save money? Max Ritvo, RIP

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Thursday Links

Part D drug spending grows 17%. Should alcoholics get liver transplants? Why isn’t personalized medicine here yet? Is the public option doomed? Whose lives should be saved?

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Weekend Links

Biosimilars: A guide. Is it time to end of the donut hole? The five biggest questions in (macro)economics. FDA and poop regulation. Value framework conference. NHS cancer patients missing out innovative drugs.

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Friday Links

Google partners with GSK to form biotech firm. You are 6x more likely to be killed by the police in the US than in Canada. ICER myths? One area without racial disparities? 2 million Medicare beneficiaries are homebound.  How will they get the medical care they need?

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