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September 18, 2015

Pennsylvania’s Physician Credentialing Process Is Keeping Doctors from Patients

Michael Consuelos

Pennsylvania’s antiquated, cumbersome, paper-based physician credentialing system is slowing down ac...


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August 25, 2015

Health Care Is Changing as We Speak. Why Are We Considering Mandates Based on Yesterday’s Model of Care?

Paula Bussard

With Pennsylvania’s health care landscape evolving so quickly, are we making the best use of our tim...


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July 22, 2015

Overcoming Socioeconomic Disparities: What Health Care Can Learn from Education

Paula Bussard

U.S. health care and education systems share some big challenges and problems. In both areas, we spe...


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May 14, 2015

Jobs That Pay Off in More Ways Than One

Andy Carter

Unemployment, poverty, and low wages jeopardize Pennsylvania’s health as well as its economy. The ma...


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April 16, 2015

Understanding Hospital Ratings: Consider the Source

Andy Carter

The federal government has just started using stars to rate patients’ experience of their hospital c...


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April 02, 2015

Why More Health Coverage Does Not Necessarily Mean Less Uncompensated Care

Andy Carter

Health coverage and uncompensated care are opposing forces, right? As the number of people with cove...


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