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Jonathan says
Millions of people are receiving medical care and drugs that are not helping them. www.newyorker.com

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Jonathan says
This article provides a good overview of healthcare rights in the US drive.google.com

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Jonathan says
Here is a summary of the Affordable Care Act www.kff.org

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Jonathan says
In the wake of the ACA, the US uninsured rate dropped from 16% in 2010 to 9.1% in 2015.

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Gabrielle says
Medical costs impact quality and the access of care. www.managedhealthcareexecutive.com

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Gabrielle says
No guarantee to the best quality of care in medical professions resulting in poor health care quality. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

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Owen says
Interesting approach to a healthcare solution that you might not have expected. khn.org

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Owen says
An approach to healthcare in the context of the 2020 election between Biden and Trump. www.google.com

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Owen says
A chance for the new administration to tackle health care's biggest problems. finance.yahoo.com

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Rohin says
An angle on the private health insurance industry: www.currentaffairs.org

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Jon says
Twenty year inflation chart showing the hyper-inflation in Healthcare www.aei.org

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Jonathan says
In 2009, the debt-to-GDP ratio for healthcare was 53% and was expected to reach 90% by 2020. drive.google.com

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Jonathan says
This article is a good jumping point for the effects of the ACA: drive.google.com

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Jonathan says
Medicare spending is expected to reach $81.8M by 2030. This amounts to an expected 3.8% of GDP and 15.8% of the federal budget.

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Jonathan says
In 1962, before Medicare was enacted, 48% of the elderly did not have insurance. 50 years later, in 2013, this number was 2%.

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Jon says
Poor worker health amounts to $567B in lost productivity. www.workforce.com

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Jon says
6 Healthcare Tends www.mckinsey.com

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Lauren says
We also need to addres gender bias in the health care system

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Gabriel says
Some great exposition concerning the impact of Covid-19 on our health care system www.nejm.org