The ABC Dilemma of Health Reform

I don't know whether this problem has a solution. If it does, I think it requires us to find mechanisms whereby third-party payment is made to the patient, B, who in turn pays A, supplemented with any co-payment from B for services. Hence, from the moment B seeks services from A both know who is going to be paying A for what is delivered. A and B each has need for what the other brings to the table, and this structure carries the potential for nurturing ... Full Story »

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Linda C
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by Linda C - Oct. 18, 2009

I thought these writing was really interesting in a way that the publisher tried to explain it in a different perspective, but i would also like for the publisher to give more info or to back up his statements. For example, it would be nice if he would get quotes to back up his information.

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