Healthcare rationing

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Lecture Material[edit | edit source]

Fall 2009[edit | edit source]

Healthcare Rationing Outline Fall 2009

Healthcare Rationing Lecture

NPR Reports[edit | edit source]

Drug Advertising

Drug Advertising transcript

NPR segment about the rising drug use due to drug advertising

The Cost of Care

The cost of care transcript

NPR story about how the current healthcare system encourages doctors to provide more care than needed.

US vs Holland Healthcare

US vs.Holland on healthcare transcript

NPR segment comparing healthcare in the US and Holland

Patient Healthcare Information Sharing

Patient Healthcare Information Sharing transcript

NPR segment on how patients are starting to share their own medical information on the Internet

Employer Health Insurance

Employer Health Insurance Transcript

NPR segment about how the US got to an employer financed health insurance system.

Breast Cancer Screening

Breast Cancer Screening transcript

NPR Segment on breast cancer screening. This serves as a good case study on issues in healthcare reform and financing

How a Bone Disease Grew to Fit the Prescription

How a Bone Disease Grew to Fit the Prescription Transcript

NPR segment on "disease creep" in healthcare.

Articles[edit | edit source]

Argument for healthcare rationing An article by Peter Singer lays out the choices facing Americans

Breast Cancer Screening decision

Evidenced Based Healthcare

Healthcare Decisions A good article about the fallacy of the "death panels."