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Health Care

Is No-Fault Insurance a Viable Alternative to Our Professional Liability Insurance System? — Journal of American Physicians & Surgeons Spring 2010 — An actuarial assessment of the economic and legal barriers to reforming the U. S. medical malpractice system.

Lessons From the Failures of North American Health Care Systems — Speech to the South-East Asia Health Insurance Conference, August 3rd, 2007, Sponsored by the Singapore Actuarial Society.

Lives at Risk: Single Payer National Health Insurance Around the World Book Review (Rowman & Littlefield 2004) — Journal of American Physicians & Surgeons Winter 2004 (see pp. 2-3) — Socialized medicine hangs itself with its own data.

The Future of Employer-Sponsored Health Care Cato Institute Policy Forum Speech December 8th, 2000 — Why U. S. employers should get out of the health care business.

Small Is Beautiful: The Key To 21st Century Health Care — Contingencies September/October 2000 — Exploding the myth of economies of scale in health care.

Warning: Follow The Money Is Dangerous To Health Care — Contingencies May/June 1997 — Patients measure the value of their health differently than employers and HMOs.

Why TQM Can’t Stand For Top Quality Medicine — Contingencies November/December 1996  — Health care quality measures account for everything … except the patient.

Why All Health Care Reform Measures Are Doomed To Fail — Contingencies September/October 1995 — Friedrich Hayek, the knowledge problem, and the fatal conceit of political health care reform measures yesterday and today.

 

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