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Everybody’s Talking About Value-Based Health Care. Here’s What They’re Not Saying.

Thought-provoking oped highlighting the underbelly of buzzwords in healthcare today. The shift from volume to value that we’ve seen unfold over the past 3-5 years has moved front and center in many conversations, yet remains elusive insofar as its definition and implementation. This article rightly calls out that value is ultimately in the eye of the beholder, and yet there’s no disputing that doing what’s right for the patient trumps all.

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Association of Medicaid Expansion With Mortality Disparity by Race and Ethnicity Among Patients With De Novo Stage IV Breast Cancer

This is an excellent article demonstrating the stark changes in mortality pre- and post-Medicaid expansion. Further advocacy efforts are needed to enhance access to care, minimize negative social determinants of health. Maintaining the population at risk healthier, with access to guidelines-driven care should not be a matter of much debate, but an action point for our legislators.

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