New England Journal of Medicine
The scary consequences of the grayest generation.
We are having kids later than ever. We have no idea what we're getting into.
Today the New England Journal of Medicine released two articles exploring physicians' beliefs about health reform. The first, by Salomeh Keyhani and Alex Federman, explored physician preferences about the broad policy options for expanding insurance coverage and Medicare. This April, a nationally representative sample of more than 5,000 physicians was asked which of three options they would most strongly support: 1. Public and Private Options: Provide people under age 65 the choice of enrolling in a new public health insurance plan (like Medicare) or in private plans. 2.