"Are economists being too hard on healthcare providers?" asks Vivian Ho, chair in health economics. "Certainly not. Economists can offer strategies to control costs, while maintaining or improving the quality of care. Doing so can make healthcare and insurance affordable to more Americans."
Read Ho's full commentary "What's in a health economist's toolbox for controlling cost growth?" in the June 30, 2014, edition of The Hill.
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