Thursday, October 15, 2009

Philly Inquirer

Frank Hill and I have the same piece that was in the Newark Star-Ledger earlier in today's Philly Inquirer. If I could do one thing re health reform I would limit the tax exclusion of employer paid insurance premiums. At least then people would know how much their insurance cost. This would definitely slow health care use and eventually insurance premium growth. The more I talk with individuals about health reform, the more I believe that though everyone says the want to 'save money on health care' most of them don't mean it. Because saving money, or reducing the rate of growth means actually using less. Like I said here and here.

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