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From the Editor

Editorial: The transparency trap

Editorial: The transparency trap

Among all the proffered panaceas for reducing America's high healthcare costs, price transparency is the least likely to make a major dent in the problem.

Editorial: The war on waste

Editorial: The war on waste

Let's acknowledge that there's a tremendous amount of waste in the system. Unnecessary tests and procedures are performed every day in America's hospitals and physician offices.

Editorial: Left to their own devices

Editorial: Left to their own devices

It's time for the relevant committees to tackle the regulation and prices of expensive and potentially dangerous medical devices, which are being inserted every day in thousands of patients in America's hospitals.

Editorial: The Great Moderation in healthcare spending continues

Editorial: The Great Moderation in healthcare spending continues

For decades, demographers and economists have predicted the gray tsunami of aging baby boomers would inevitably push healthcare spending over 20% of GDP. But a new paper highlights some recent trends suggesting the future may not be as bleak and hard to manage as predicted.

Editorial: Healthcare, our biggest trade barrier

Editorial: Healthcare, our biggest trade barrier

Tariff battles, whether in 1992 or 2018, will not solve what remains one of U.S. businesses' main international competitiveness problems: the higher prices they pay for healthcare and the tab's uneven distribution.

Editorial: The canary in the open enrollment coal mine

Editorial: The canary in the open enrollment coal mine

The share of Americans without health coverage will undoubtedly tick up next year for the first time in nearly a decade. This dubious achievement arrives just as the U.S. economy is nearing full employment. This shouldn't be happening.

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