Health care in America will never improve if we don't change the conversation about what's wrong, argues Mercatus Center's Robert Graboyes. Politicians on both sides of the aisle, he says, fight about coverage instead of opening up the channels of…
By Robert Graboyes
A new electronic medical records system for military personnel is meant to be a model for improving health care nationwide. Analysts discuss the program's cost and efficiency.
New technologies now allow doctors and hospitals to keep electronic health records, but the U.S. has been slow to switch formats. Susan Dentzer reports on the advantages and difficulties that some hospitals are facing in their efforts to digitize medical…
Guest essayist Julia Keller of the Chicago Tribune reflects on the changing definition of labor in the modern age.
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