Rick Scott caves to health exchange, but other GOP-led states hang tough
Florida’s governor says he is concerned that his choice is tantamount to becoming the deputy of the federal government, rather than the leader of an independent state.
Health care politics could jeopardize health care business opportunities
America’s leadership role in health care innovation means it is well positioned to take advantage of a worldwide health market that is about to explode, thanks to growing population and wealth.
Doctors should be free to collaborate in medical technology development
Op-ed: Surgeon says “Current moves to impose restraints on free exchange of ideas between clinicians and the medical industry are misguided and serve no one well.”
How’s that Obamacare waiver workin’ out for ya?
The Obamacare waiver winner’s club now totals 2,000. Where are they now? Answer: In the same miserable boat as every other unlucky business.
State decisions on health exchanges: Early indicators for Obamacare’s post-election health
Most political deadlines in recent years have been made to be broken.
Obamacare shutters D.C. family practice
Dr. Andrew T. Lee will soon close the Washington family medical practice founded by his father nearly 50 years ago, amid increasing regulation, rising insurance costs and the implementation of Obamacare.
Thompson would bring free market health care solutions to Washington
The former Wisconsin governor, running for Senate, says it is not enough to repeal the Affordable Care Act and walk away. Republicans must address needed reform, but with the emphasis on market-based solutions.
Catholic group hits back on contraception mandate
A new endeavor unveiled by Catholic Charities of Chicago last week makes the point that “fining charities because of their religious beliefs” is not the best policy.
New video exposes Obama’s Medicare Advantage scheme
13 million American seniors use Medicare Advantage to get their health care. To partially fund Obamacare, the president has cut Medicare Advantage by more than $200 billion over the next 10 years.
Issa threatens to subpoena Sebelius over Medicare slush fund
“Your staff has run out of excuses and the long delay in providing these documents is inexcusable.”