The Great Debate

Electronic medical records after Google Health’s failure

By Vineeta Vijayaraghavan
July 26, 2011

By Vineeta Vijayaraghavan and Clayton Christensen
The opinions expressed are their own.

America’s Canadian road trip starts today

By Sally Pipes
September 23, 2010


By Sally Pipes
The opinions expressed are her own.

Today, several of the more popular provisions of the president’s health reform law go into effect. Adult “children” will now be able to stay on their parents’ policies until they turn 26, and insurers can no longer impose lifetime limits on the amount of coverage they provide.

Are Dems abandoning healthcare?

By Guest Contributor
September 14, 2010


By Jane Orient. The opinions expressed are her own.

One of the Obama Administration’s greatest legislative triumphs is already turning sour.

Don’t demonize drug samples. They are crucial to our healthcare

By Guest Contributor
September 8, 2010

AIDS DEATH RISE DESPITE CALLS FOR TREATMENTThe following is a guest post by Grace-Marie Turner, founder and president of the Galen Institute, a non-profit research organization focusing on patient-centered solutions to health reform.

The next chapter in reforming healthcare

By Reuters Staff
June 23, 2010


The following is a guest post by Stephen Davidson, a professor at Boston University’s School of Management and author of “Still Broken: Understanding the U.S. Health Care System.” The opinions expressed are his own.

What the U.S. can learn from Aussie health care

August 20, 2009

Sydney skyline

global_post_logoBy Alan Mascarenhas — the views expressed are his own. This article first appeared onGlobalPost

Obama’s troubles with healthcare

August 18, 2009

morici— Peter Morici is a professor at the Smith School of Business, University of Maryland School, and the former Chief Economist at the U.S. International Trade Commission. The views expressed are his own. —