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How My Cousin, President George W. Bush, Almost Killed Athenahealth
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RobPreston
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5/15/2014 | 12:27:17 PM
Re: Is this how health IT regulation works (or doesn't)?
Yes, it's self-serving. He wouldn't have written a book that doesn't serve his company's interests. But he nonetheless raises some excellent points. The key here is his thesis (and it's not an original thesis) that healthcare costs will continue to race ahead of inflation unless insured consumers have a financial incentive to shop for lower-cost care. 
David F. Carr
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David F. Carr,
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5/15/2014 | 11:57:09 AM
Is this how health IT regulation works (or doesn't)?
What do you think of Jonathan Bush's analysis of the structure of health IT regulation? Accurate or self serving? Partisan or practical?
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