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Victor Fuchs talks health-care costs and reform in Q&A

In a recent post on the Health Care Blog, Stanford health economist Victor Fuchs, PhD, discusses shifting priorities for future biomedical innovations, the challenge of cutting health-care expenditures without reducing quality of care and why he supports a value-added tax to fund basic health care. It's worth a read.

Previously: Stanford's Victor Fuchs on the need for "value-conscious" biomedical innovations, Biomedical innovations and future health-care spending and Victor Fuchs on federal health insurance

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