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For the Sake of Kidney Patients, Vote No on Proposition 23
As a kidney doctor and health policy researcher, I am appalled that patients have become a bargaining chip in a game that could result in massive dialysis shortages, increased costs, and death.
Free COVID-19 Vaccines: Not Enough to Guarantee Acceptance, Especially Among Black Americans
The researchers find cost does matter when estimating willingness to get a COVID-19 vaccine, but it isn’t the whole story.
Surprise Medical Bills Increase Costs for Everyone, Not Just for the People Who Get Them
About 12% of insurers’ U.S. spending on in- and out-of-network medical care goes to six types of providers that commonly submit surprise bills.