It’s not just the government’s role to allocate health care resources properly. It is time for all relevant parties to think rationally.
The Affordable Care Act and the government response to it, on the state and federal level, continue to astonish.
Is more skin in the game—as prescribed by such business leaders as GE’s Jeff Immelt—what is needed to make American health care work?
The changing business of primary care leaves some without timely access to their doctor and raises the specter of the two-tiered health care system.
Geisinger Health System has been successful at controlling health-care costs. Can others emulate it? Can Wharton knowledge help?