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CTV News
Is Canadian health care as great as we like to think?aren’t inferior to the Americans,” she said Friday. “In fact, if you look at al
CTV News / Posted 22 hours ago
aren’t inferior to the Americans,” she said Friday. “In fact, if you look at all the comparisons that get made – by the Commonwealth Fund, by the OECD – Canada always does almost as badly as the U.S., but usually one or two (rankings) up.” For... Read more
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NBC Miami
Fact Check: Trump Misleads on High US Drug Coststhat ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets
NBC Miami / Posted yesterday
that ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets Big Reaction After He Says 'Huge' A Commonwealth Fund analysis published on Oct. 5 looked at prescription drug spending in 10 high-income countries and concluded... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Fact Check: Trump Misleads on High US Drug Coststhat ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
that ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets Big Reaction After He Says 'Huge' A Commonwealth Fund analysis published on Oct. 5 looked at prescription drug spending in 10 high-income countries and concluded... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Fact Check: Trump Misleads on High US Drug Coststhat ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets
NBC Philadelphia / Posted yesterday
that ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets Big Reaction After He Says 'Huge' A Commonwealth Fund analysis published on Oct. 5 looked at prescription drug spending in 10 high-income countries and concluded... Read more
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NBC New York
Fact Check: Trump Misleads on High US Drug Coststhat ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets
NBC New York / Posted yesterday
that ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets Big Reaction After He Says 'Huge' A Commonwealth Fund analysis published on Oct. 5 looked at prescription drug spending in 10 high-income countries and concluded... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Fact Check: Trump Misleads on High US Drug Coststhat ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets
NBC Los Angeles / Posted yesterday
that ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets Big Reaction After He Says 'Huge' A Commonwealth Fund analysis published on Oct. 5 looked at prescription drug spending in 10 high-income countries and concluded... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Fact Check: Trump Misleads on High US Drug Coststhat ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets
NBC Chicago / Posted yesterday
that ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets Big Reaction After He Says 'Huge' A Commonwealth Fund analysis published on Oct. 5 looked at prescription drug spending in 10 high-income countries and concluded... Read more
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NBC Washington
Fact Check: Trump Misleads on High US Drug Coststhat ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets
NBC Washington / Posted yesterday
that ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets Big Reaction After He Says 'Huge' A Commonwealth Fund analysis published on Oct. 5 looked at prescription drug spending in 10 high-income countries and concluded... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Fact Check: Trump Misleads on High US Drug Coststhat ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets
NBC Bay Area / Posted yesterday
that ultimately benefits patients throughout the world.” President Trump Gets Big Reaction After He Says 'Huge' A Commonwealth Fund analysis published on Oct. 5 looked at prescription drug spending in 10 high-income countries and concluded... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Single-payer would drastically change American health care; here's how it workssector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementa
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
sector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementary insurance, according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund. It's yet to be seen whether Democrats will coalesce around a single-payer plan, and if so, where it will... Read more
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The Morning Call
Single-payer would drastically change American health care; here's how it workssector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementa
The Morning Call / Posted 2 days ago
sector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementary insurance, according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund. It's yet to be seen whether Democrats will coalesce around a single-payer plan, and if so, where it will... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Single-payer would drastically change American health care; here's how it workssector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementa
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
sector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementary insurance, according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund. It's yet to be seen whether Democrats will coalesce around a single-payer plan, and if so, where it will... Read more
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Philly.com
Single-payer would drastically change American health care; here's how it workssector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementa
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
sector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementary insurance according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund. It’s yet to be seen whether Democrats will coalesce around a single-payer plan, and if so, where it will... Read more
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The Mercury News
Analysis: Here’s how single-payer would worksector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementa
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
sector, and about two-thirds of Canadians hold some sort of private supplementary insurance according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund. It’s yet to be seen whether Democrats will coalesce around a single-payer plan, and if so, where it will... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Trump health care move raises worriesTrump executive order on its regulation of carriers selling policies here. In
Connecticut Post / Posted 8 days ago
Trump executive order on its regulation of carriers selling policies here. In a brief posted by the New York City-based Commonwealth Fund, a pair of Georgetown University health policy researchers pointed out ways any end run around state... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Froma Harrop: Single-payer health care should not be a religionCanada provides decent health care at a relatively low cost. But though its sys
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
Canada provides decent health care at a relatively low cost. But though its system is good, it's not the best. The Commonwealth Fund ranked the health care systems in Britain, Australia and the Netherlands as the top three for overall... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Single-Payer Health Insurance Could Help Would-be Entrepreneurs Quit Their Jobs to Pursue Their Dreamsthe world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs,
Greenwich Time / Posted 22 days ago
the world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs, and a cross reference of this list from the Commonwealth Fund points out how some of those countries rank as far as overall quality of care. Our global peers offer... Read more
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The News-Times
Single-Payer Health Insurance Could Help Would-be Entrepreneurs Quit Their Jobs to Pursue Their Dreamsthe world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs,
The News-Times / Posted 22 days ago
the world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs, and a cross reference of this list from the Commonwealth Fund points out how some of those countries rank as far as overall quality of care. Our global peers offer... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Single-Payer Health Insurance Could Help Would-be Entrepreneurs Quit Their Jobs to Pursue Their Dreamsthe world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs,
Stamford Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
the world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs, and a cross reference of this list from the Commonwealth Fund points out how some of those countries rank as far as overall quality of care. Our global peers offer... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Single-Payer Health Insurance Could Help Would-be Entrepreneurs Quit Their Jobs to Pursue Their Dreamsthe world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs,
Connecticut Post / Posted 22 days ago
the world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs, and a cross reference of this list from the Commonwealth Fund points out how some of those countries rank as far as overall quality of care. Our global peers offer... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Single-Payer Health Insurance Could Help Would-be Entrepreneurs Quit Their Jobs to Pursue Their Dreamsthe world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs,
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 22 days ago
the world. Thirty other “free market” countries have adopted similar programs, and a cross reference of this list from the Commonwealth Fund points out how some of those countries rank as far as overall quality of care. Our global peers offer... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Thursday Second Editorial: When it comes to America’s health system, there’s no need for heavy use of the scalpelfar more than other developed nations and don’t have the outcomes to show for i
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 23 days ago
far more than other developed nations and don’t have the outcomes to show for it. A headline from a new report from the Commonwealth Fund tells the story: “The United States Health System Falls Short.” One major issue is poor access to primary... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017: Oppose Graham-Cassidy, NFL protests repugnant, gutting environmental protectionsOppose Graham-Cassidy health bill The nonpartisan Commonwealth Fund estimates
Bangor Daily News / Posted 25 days ago
Oppose Graham-Cassidy health bill The nonpartisan Commonwealth Fund estimates that 32 million Americans will lose their health insurance if the Graham-Cassidy bill becomes law. That will be devastating for people in Maine with lung diseases like... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Graham-Cassidy isn’t a health care solution. It’s a blueprint for less access, less value and less coverage.bill would allow states to waive essential health benefits, such as substance a
ScienceBlogs / Posted 25 days ago
bill would allow states to waive essential health benefits, such as substance abuse treatment.) A 2017 study from the Commonwealth Fund, based on data from the National Health Interview Survey and the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance... Read more
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Roll Call
Hill Flounders on Kids’ Carefails to extend CHIP, about 1.1 million people in the program could lose covera
Roll Call / Posted 25 days ago
fails to extend CHIP, about 1.1 million people in the program could lose coverage completely, according to a study for the Commonwealth Fund by George Washington University professor Sara Rosenbaum, who also chaired the Medicaid access commission... Read more
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Louisiana Weekly
Balancing mobility and fear of falls in seniorsreporter, with support of a journalism fellowship from New America Media, the G
Louisiana Weekly / Posted 25 days ago
reporter, with support of a journalism fellowship from New America Media, the Gerontological Society of America and the Commonwealth Fund. This article originally published in the September 25, 2017 print edition of The Louisiana Weekly... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Lettersaggressive chronic-care management. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innova
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 27 days ago
aggressive chronic-care management. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation is currently pursuing this idea. The Commonwealth Fund, a medical think tank, estimates that $2 trillion can be saved over a 10-year period by putting such a... Read more
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Business Insider
A new analysis says 21 million more people would have no insurance under the new GOP healthcare billcapita cap and other non-expansion-related Medicaid provisions." The Brookings
Business Insider / Posted 28 days ago
capita cap and other non-expansion-related Medicaid provisions." The Brookings analysis also follows a breakdown from the Commonwealth Fund that estimated 15 million to 18 million more Americans would be without coverage by 2020, and 32 million... Read more
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Miami New Times
GOP's Latest Obamacare Bill Could Cut Coverage From Three Million Floridiansnonprofit groups and think-tanks. But those groups agree this bill is a traves
Miami New Times / Posted 29 days ago
nonprofit groups and think-tanks. But those groups agree this bill is a travesty: Both CAP and the nonprofit, nonpartisan Commonwealth Fund warn the bill will cut 32 million people off from their insurance plans — simply repealing the Affordable... Read more
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Slate
Republicans Have Basically Admitted That Obamacare Repeal Is Built on Liesthan what the states had been getting under the Affordable Care Act. The effect
Slate / Posted 29 days ago
than what the states had been getting under the Affordable Care Act. The effect, according to one projection from the Commonwealth Fund, is massive coverage losses, with an estimated 32 million people losing health insurance over a 10-year... Read more
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Business Insider
The heart-wrenching story of Jimmy Kimmel's infant son explains why he's so passionate about healthcarewith analysis from health policy analysts at the non-partisan Kaiser Family Fou
Business Insider / Posted 29 days ago
with analysis from health policy analysts at the non-partisan Kaiser Family Foundation and Avalere Health. The left-leaning Commonwealth Fund and the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities, as well as the conservative-leaning Manhattan Institute,... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The heart-wrenching story of Jimmy Kimmel's infant son explains why he's so passionate about healthcarewith analysis from health policy analysts at the non-partisan Kaiser Family Fou
Stamford Advocate / Posted 29 days ago
with analysis from health policy analysts at the non-partisan Kaiser Family Foundation and Avalere Health. The left-leaning Commonwealth Fund and the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities, as well as the conservative-leaning Manhattan Institute,... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The heart-wrenching story of Jimmy Kimmel's infant son explains why he's so passionate about healthcarewith analysis from health policy analysts at the non-partisan Kaiser Family Fou
Connecticut Post / Posted 29 days ago
with analysis from health policy analysts at the non-partisan Kaiser Family Foundation and Avalere Health. The left-leaning Commonwealth Fund and the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities, as well as the conservative-leaning Manhattan Institute,... Read more
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