Health-Care Goal Should Be Quality, Not QuantityPeter Orszag
Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) -- The Independent Payment Advisory Board is perhaps the most mischaracterized part of the health-care reform law -- which is saying something, given how many false charges have been hurled at the Affordable Care Act. The IPAB was designed to be a backstop to make sure the health-care system makes a transition from fee-for-service payments to payments based on value.
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