Diane Archer

Let’s make medicines a public good again

Fran Quigley writes for The Other 98 percent that it is time to make medicines a public good again. He explains that it is only recently that we began treating medicines as a commodity that could be...

Medicare covers diabetes prevention program

More than 29 million Americans, including almost 12 million older adults, have type 2 diabetes. That’s almost 10 percent of adults in the United States and more than 25 percent of adults over...

What is wrong with Medicare prices for all?

In the latest issue of the Washington Monthly, Paul Hewitt and Phillip Longman make the case for single-price health care, proposing Medicare prices for all.  They explain how the Affordable Care...