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Many of the responses to the COVID pandemic fall out of the realm of “health economics,” but there remain human activities in our “domain” as health economists. What can we learn about these from COVID?
Schaeffer Health Economist Elected to the National Academy of Medicine
Schaeffer Center Senior Fellow Paul Ginsburg’s contributions to health policy include pivotal improvements to Medicare and our understanding of insurance and provider markets.
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Body counts appear to support the common perception that Covid-19 does its worst damage among the old and vulnerable. But body counts mask another reality, and focusing on them is skewing policy decisions and individual choices.
Biosimilars Competition Helps Patients More Than Generic Competition
Schaeffer Center Co-Director Dana Goldman argues that well-intended proposals to have the government intervene and “incentivize” biosimilar uptake may result in less price competition, not more.
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