Health Economics

Cancer does not discriminate based on social status, race, income, or education, but that does not mean that it is an equal-opportunity killer. Evidence shows that overall, patients with poorer socioeconomic status also have poorer health outcomes compared with those with good socioeconomic status. Read More ›

All eyes are on Washington this fall, as deliberations begin on recommendations from the congressional joint “super” committee. Congress and the president failed to achieve resolution regarding the debt ceiling this summer, and now this newly created 12-person committee will recommend at least $1.5 trillion in additional deficit reduction measures through 2021, by November 23, 2011. Read More ›

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