2-15-11 - Lecture 5 The Road to Health Care Reform Part II...

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Lecture 5: The Road to Health Care Reform, Part II Patient  Protection and Affordability Act: 14:48 Article – just One Ruling Lawsuits exemplify political tone of health care reform Decision by administration NOT to pursue a geoverment run (single payer)  system and keeping the private insurance sector involved as a nod to  conservatives instead of satisfying liberals. Penalty v.s tax Article – Metric Mania Do we expect too much from our data? “not everything that can be counted count, and not everything that counts can  be counted.” Problem is not necessarily with the tests, but what we do before and after we  run them. Definitions are important. Article – Doctors Resisting Change in Records HCR requires doctors to use electronic records by 2015 Penalty – federal government will withhold some Medicare/Medicaid  reimbursements Not popular in NJ, especially for small practices Costs, learning curve, privacy issues Will it improve quality of care. Things Learned from the Clinton Plan
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This note was uploaded on 07/03/2011 for the course PUBLIC HEA 101 taught by Professor Ojea during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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2-15-11 - Lecture 5 The Road to Health Care Reform Part II...

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