Two studies show that the individual mandate would affect only a small number of Americans, that government subsidies would enable most of the affected to cover their health insurance costs, and that without the mandate, government spending would increase by billions of dollars. >>>
The move toward greater patient access to medical imaging records has providers trying to determine what new demands and constraints it will place on physicians, and how costs will be affected. >>>
Whatever the court ultimately decides will only minimally alter the business of healthcare right now. Reform has been coming organically because payers can't—or won't—suffer double-digit premium increases any longer. >>>
The physician hospital organization, or something like it, is making a comeback as payers and the government make slow progress toward accountable care. >>>
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