At a community presentation a few weeks ago, an audience member asked the panel of experts: “What can I do as a consumer whose dollars are coming out of my own pocket to lower the cost of health care?”
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Really? Anaphylaxis and a blood test isn’t enough proof anymore? When did we get so skeptical about our health care?
Going into January 2012, the health care forecast for this legislative session looked like deeper cuts with a good chance of ongoing unpleasantness, and I was ready to hunker down for the storm.
During lunch at a large conference last week, I was seated next to a Canadian who also worked in health care. She introduced herself and said, “So…how does the US health care system work, anyway?” So much for small talk.
Making the connection between the way that health care is delivered and the public policy affecting it is an essential part of our work at CCMU.