By Rocco Perla Twenty years ago, the Dartmouth Atlas provided a first glimpse into the glaring variation in how medical resources are distributed and used in the United States. Why do some primary care physicians order more than twice as many CT scans as their colleagues in the same practice? Why is the cost of… Read More >

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Expect More, Not Less

By Rebecca Onie and Rocco Perla Like so many, we have spent the past weeks considering the election and its implications for our country. The morning after the election, Dr. Tom Lee, Health Leads Board member, physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Chief Medical Officer of Press Ganey, and the father of two former Health… Read More >

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“UnitedHealth Warns Of Marketplace Exit – Start Of A Trend Or Push For White House Action?” Kaiser Health News, November 20, 2015 UnitedHealthGroup announced Thursday why it might stop selling individual health insurance through federal and state markets in 2017 — a move some see as an effort to compel the Obama administration to ease… Read More >

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