Among the fifty-four models launched by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation since its inception in 2010 with the aim of reducing costs while preserving or improving the quality of care, the vast majority have led to neither cost savings nor improvements in quality. HT Jason Shafrin
It can take an alarmingly long time (maybe 17 years) for empirical research findings to be incorporated into standard medical practice.
Biden is launching Trump’s Operation Warp Speed II.
FDA: patients at risk because of shortage of cancer drugs.
BMJ study: every month delayed in cancer treatment can raise the risk of death by around 10%.