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Trish informs policymakers at the state and federal level about market trends.
Walmart and CVS Have 15,000 Combined Stores. Why are Both Trying to Buy Health Insurance Companies?
Trish and Goldman write these vertical megadeals will certainly disrupt care patterns and lower costs, but no one can know whether the savings will flow to shareholder or patients in the LA Times.
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Imposing uniform payment rates is dangerous and misguided, writes Trish and Goldman in the Sacramento Bee.
23nd Annual Wall Street Comes to Washington Healthcare Roundtable
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Competition is essential for a properly functioning marketplace, but industry consolidation, insurance complexity and other factors are barricading healthcare consumers from the benefits of good commerce. Schaeffer Center analysts explore ways to remove those obstacles to efficiency, while also promoting optimal care.