Healthcare News & Insights

Health reform: We don’t like it, won’t repeal it and don’t understand it

One year after a much-debated health reform law finally was signed by the President, the country remains sharply divided over it.

Case study: Tort reform doesn’t lower medical costs

Critics of the recent health reform bills say it missed a key opportunity by failing to include tort reform measures. But a look at a state that has implemented tort reform shows that those measures don’t make much of a dent.

Health reform: Hopes still high, but expectations lower

While the debate around health care reform has ebbed and flowed, one thing has stayed true: The majority of Americans want to see a bill passed. But fewer think they’ll benefit.