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Bringing Surgical Precision to Public Policy

November 20, 2012

Following an election that left the White House, the U.S. Senate and U.S. House in the same hands, even the most ardent opponents of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care … Continued


Dr. Noseworthy’s Invitation

November 14, 2012

Now that the smoke has cleared and the 30-second ads have (thankfully, to many) left the airwaves until the next election cycle, it’s time for policymakers to refocus their attention … Continued


Medical Innovation is Alive and Well

November 2, 2012

When it comes to medical innovations, misconceptions persist.  That innovation drives higher health care costs, that it consists largely of “me too” advances that add little to existing healthcare tools … Continued