On The Record (with daily recap)

Today in TIE: Austin on the VA drug benefit and how twitter broke twitter, Aaron on added sugar, while Kevin brings us a leap day win in the fight against tobacco and therapeutic substitution and pharmaceuticals. On The Record just forgot to post yesterday, which I am sure is a bad sign of something.

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On The Record (with daily recap)

Today in TIE: Austin with more on creditmongering, a closer peek at redistribution and an estimate of how much Medicare could save by purchasing drugs like the VA does, and Aaron focuses on the PSA test.

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On The Record (with daily recap)

Today in TIE: Austin notes that Romney refined his Medicare plan, Don on access to taxpayer funded research, and Aaron discusses the relative importance of diet and exercise for weight loss, and takes on the issue of who owns ideas and the linking economy of blogging.

Over the weekend, TIE had its One Millionth visitor and Harold on how consumers will view health exchanges.

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On The Record (with daily recap)

Today in TIE: Austin wonders about the “8 hours of sleep a day” notion and has another edition of reading list, while Aaron points out that Medicaid is not really one program and cuts will be hard and will hurt people.

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On The Record (with daily recap)

Today in TIE: Austin on the basis of value driven health insurance and Marsha Gold’s NEJM piece on private insurance Medicare options, Don looks at the possible impact of the Seniors’ Choice Act on under-age-65 Medicare beneficiaries, Aaron with some good news: some screening tests work, while Kevin looks at the SCOTUS ruling on California Medicaid.

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On The Record (with daily recap)

  • POTUS: Full text of Corporate Tax Reform proposal
  • CBO: website undergoes a facelift

Today in TIE: Austin on physicians may need an ‘amazon like’ logout, more on the media presentation at AcademyHealth, and the relationship between the VA and the ACA, while Aaron shows us that more people die from Hepatitis C than HIV, and Kevin demonstrates, yet again, than EMTALA is not a good safety net.

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On The Record (with daily recap)

Today in TIE: Austin with new estimates of savings from competitive bidding, Don adds one more thing on the Seniors’ Choice Act, Aaron points out that the “everyone can get care in an ER meme” is false, and Kevin enlightens us on “the heckler’s veto”.