Michael Cannon

For $460 Billion a Year, Medicaid Darn Well Better Save Lives

study in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine finds that when three states expanded their Medicaid programs, mortality rates fell 6 percent relative to four neighboring states. The study found evidence that the mortality gains were concentrated in poorer counties — i.e., where people were most likely to become eligible for Medicaid.

Obama Administration Backs Off Medicare Anti-Fraud Efforts

Medicare and Medicaid are rife with fraud. We’re talking 10 percent or more of total spending, which is two orders of magnitude more than what credit card companies tolerate.

Medicare Fraud: Et Tu Reverend?

From today’s Los Angeles Times:


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