Jul 21, 2015
Sections Economics Public Policy Video
Collections Health Care
The US federal government's hospital scoring can be woefully inaccurate, research suggests, giving many small hospitals undue boosts
Expanding health-insurance subsidies can benefit both patients and providers, but the dynamics are complicated.
When prices are stable, shifting to fixed subsidies could allow the government to achieve the same coverage for 6 percent less.
Historical evidence suggests that licensing professional midwives improves health and safety.