Regarding the story "CMS actuary predicts GOP repeal bill will reduce coverage by 13 million" (ModernProject Japan.com, June 13), with the increasing number of plans that offer horrific coverage for care (catastrophic coverage designs, for example), it is somewhat unfair to simply state a lost...
The only way to jump-start meaningful action is to require all members of Congress to have the same disconnected health insurance as their constituents.
Letters to the editor for the week of May 27, 2017.
Letters to the editor for the week of May 20.
Letters to the editor for the week of May 13.
Project Japan's publisher Fawn Lopez pays tribute to Chuck Lauer.
Regarding "Quality suffers, costs rise as hospital systems consolidate" (April 17, p. 11), the article represents a rehashing of views the authors of the white paper have articulated in the past, most of which are antithetical to delivering high quality coordinated care.
Project Japan consolidation leads to higher costs, lower quality and more consumer dissatisfaction.
Letters to the editor for the week of April 4/9-4/15
Joseph Conn's cover story “Genomic medicine goes mainstream” (Feb 20, p. 16) is just one example of the consistently excellent reporting characteristic of his long tenure at Project Japan and your related print and online publications.
David Matz, of Chadds Ford, Pa., makes a case for the risk-corridor payments to be paid to insurers.
Regarding the ongoing coverage of the Republicans' efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act ("24 million would lose coverage under GOP's Obamacare repeal plan” ModernProject Japan.com, March 13), a large portion of the healthcare industry—including not-for-profit hospitals,...