NCPA Commentaries by John C Goodman
Dr. John C. Goodman, President and founder of the NCPA and Kellye Wright Fellow, is known as the father of Health Savings Accounts and was dubbed by National Journal as "a winner of the devolution derby." He is one of the nation's leading health economists and health policy experts. Dr. Goodman regularly briefs members of Congress on these issues and is the author of nine books.
Jun 26, 2011
Townhall.com – John Goodman's analysis of what people of various ages will get out of Medicare compared to what they paid in.
Jun 19, 2011
Townhall.com – An outline of some of the regulations that constrict the supply of drugs.
Jun 16, 2011
Texas Insider – Under the health reform bill that was enacted last year, you are soon going to be forced to buy insurance coverage for the very services Wal-Mart is giving away for free!
Jun 12, 2011
Townhall.com – John Goodman outlines a practical solution to Medicare's financial woes.
Jun 08, 2011
Health Affairs Blog - John Goodman comments on the deadly shortage of drugs exacerbated by government regulation
Jun 07, 2011
The Health Care Blog: John Goodman explains how patients benefit by controlling more of their own health care decisions.
May 27, 2011
Republicans are being portrayed as Medicare Grinches, but ObamaCare already has seniors' health care slated for draconian cuts.
Wall Street Journal - While critics portray Republicans as Medicare grinches, the NCPA's John Goodman and Tom Saving show in an oped in this morning's Wall St. Journal (link) that there is very little difference between what Rep. Paul Ryan's plan will spend on Medicare and what ObamaCare does, but with very different results for seniors.
May 25, 2011
The Health Care Blog - In a recent commentary on The Health Care Blog, Goodman argues for an alternative to malpractice that ensures patients are fairly protected.
May 18, 2011
Health Care News: Dr. Goodman analyzes the future of Medicare in a recent Health Care News commentary
May 14, 2011
Townhall - John Goodman’s latest commentary stirs debate over the actual costs of health care for the uninsured.