The hiring of physicians and other healthcare providers could slow, but maybe not everywhere. Healthcare costs might go down some, depending on certain factors. Patients might be empowered to make their own medical financial decisions, but they might not be equipped to make wise ones.
Explore this issue:July 2014
Veteran physicians with extensive executive experience tried to tackle big questions surrounding healthcare reform during the panel discussion “Healthcare Delivery/Affordable Care Act—What Do We Know and What Can We Do?” In the process, they offered keen insights but also generated more questions.
The Affordable Care Act uses a variety of mechanisms to address several themes, which were laid out by panel moderator Ellis Arjmand, MD, MMM, PhD, professor of pediatric otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.| | | Next → | Single Page