Tagged: health insurance

What’s next for health-care reform?

Health-care reform is slipping from the media limelight and financial regulatory reform is moving in.  School of Management Professor Stephen Davidson, author of “Still Broken: Understanding the U.S. Healthcare System,” says in a BU Today interview that there’s a lot that needs to be done right to make sure reform stays on track and the insurers don’t game […]

Health premiums rising

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has issued a report warning of double-digit increases coming in health insurance premiums.  School of Management Professor Stephen Davidson, author of “Still Broken: Understanding the U.S. Healthcare System,” says if the report was released to highlight the need for reform, then the administration is right on. “The […]

Healthcare reform heads to the floor

The great healthcare-reform debate now moves to the floor of the House and Senate where Democrats wrestle with balancing priorities between affordable insurance and comprehensive benefits.  School of Management Professor Stephen Davidson, author of “In Urgent Need of Reform: Saving the U.S. Healthcare System,” says it’s a false choice which doesn’t address the need for […]

Healthcare reform bills flowing

With a variety of healthcare reform bills emerging in Congress, a new CBS News/New York Times poll shows 72 percent of Americans favoring creation of a politically controversial public insurance option for coverage.  School of Management Professor Stephen Davidson, author of the forthcoming “In Urgent Need of Reform: Saving the U.S. Healthcare System,” can discuss […]

Healthcare-reform debate intensifies

With major healthcare-reform bills expected to be introduced this month, President Obama is ratcheting up the public heat on Congress to agree on a measure to both expand coverage and cut costs.  School of Management Professor Stephen Davidson, author of the upcoming “In Urgent Need of Reform: Saving the U.S. Healthcare System,” can put the […]