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Underuse is Rampant, But Overuse is All We Talk About

By KIP SUILLIVAN, JD This is my fourth in a series of imaginary lectures on remedial health policy for President Obama. My goal is to convince Obama that he relied on the wrong people for health policy advice. I am focusing on three people in particular: Elliott Fisher and his colleagues at the Dartmouth Institute,
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