To improve health care, there are a number of steps that states should be taking, including tax reforms and getting rid of CON laws.
By Dr. Marcelo Hochman and Daryl James (Opinion contributors)
Policymakers talk about comprehensive health care reform. They see a broken system and want to fix everything at once. Emergency room workers can relate, but they take a more strategic approach when patients arrive with multiple injuries.
Through triage, they prioritize problems and apply isolated but related interventions to save lives. Fixing the health care system can work the same way. COVID-19 has exposed a range of regulatory weaknesses, and lawmakers can do three things to provide immediate relief.
The first step is…. (read the full article)