Posts by John C. Goodman
John C. Goodman is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute, President of the Goodman Institute for Public Policy Research, and author of the Independent books Priceless, and A Better Choice.
How Much Do You Want to Pay for Medical Care?
Medical Economics and Medical Ethics
Bismarck and Healthcare Insurance: DeLong and DeShort of It
Stunning Results from California
U.S. Healthcare Spending: Out of Control
What a Program for Bureaucrats Tells Us about Obamacare
Who Do Workplace Wellness Programs Really Target?
“Evidence-Based Care”: Hazardous to Your Health?
Does Your Doctor Answer to You—or to Third-Party Payers?
Doctors Should Help Patients Weigh Tradeoffs
Romanticizing Healthcare Reform
Healthcare Is Not Exempt from the Law of Diminishing Returns
Small Business Owners and Obamacare
Why We Are on an Unsustainable Path
How Much Do We Spend on Healthcare?
Problem Solved, No Government Program Needed
Hospital Pricing Strategies
Hospital Care That Is Priceless
Doctors Should Rethink “Costless” Medical Ethics
How Policymakers Can Act Smarter: Simple Lessons about Complex Systems
The Hubris of Policymakers Often Harms the Poor
Replacing Medicare’s Ridiculous Fee Schedule
Grocery Stores, Healthcare, and the Case for Real Markets
The Folly of Medicare’s One-Ailment-per-Visit Rule
Six Billion Physician Fees

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