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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Massachusetts Grapples with Health Care Spending

“After three years of study, the state’s legislative leaders appear close to producing bills that would make Massachusetts the first state — again — to radically revamp the way doctors, hospitals and other health providers are paid.” (New York Times)

Five years later, spending in the state outpaces the rest of the country.

FEE Timely Classic
“Health Care’s Muddled Incentives” by Arnold Kling