Monthly Archives: January, 2016

Thoughts on a fixed health services budget

Developing a fixed health services budget is a radical idea given the convoluted nature of today’s healthcare system. Reverse-engineering a budget allocation to the American population would be difficult because of the need to restructure each player in the behemoth health care industry. A fixed health services budget promises capped healthcare expenditures by the United […]

Discontinued Readmission Reimbursements, A Bad Innovation

The need to deliver proper health care as quickly as possible has forced physicians to compromise on quality and attention-to-detail at times. This is evident by the rate of errors committed during hospitalization or the necessity of patients to return to the hospital or physician after their initial visit to reverse complications. The recent decision […]