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.
Nov 16, 2013
Townhall: NCPA President John Goodman asks why the insurance industry is not standing up to defend itself.
Nov 12, 2013
Forbes: NCPA President John Goodman explains what ObamaCare is going to do to safety-net hospitals and offers a solution that utilizes tax credits.
Nov 09, 2013
Townhall: NCPA President John Goodman explains why ObamaCare’s community rating system does not work.
Nov 02, 2013
Townhall: NCPA President John Goodman breaks down the President’s health care promises and explains why insurance premiums are going up.
Oct 29, 2013
ObamaCare's architects should have opted for a straight-forward alternative
Psychology Today: NCPA President John Goodman explains how a fixed-sum refundable tax credit could work in the health insurance market.
Oct 21, 2013
Hawaii Free Press: NCPA President John Goodman explains the insurance market death spiral that ObamaCare is threatening to cause.
Oct 20, 2013
The Fiscal Times: NCPA President John Goodman and Senior Fellow Laurence Kotlikoff introduce the Common Sense Tax, a revenue-neutral measure that would replace our current tax system with only two taxes.
Oct 15, 2013
The argument that underlies the individual mandate is flawed.
Psychology Today: John C. Goodman, president of the NCPA, explores the question of whether a health insurance mandate is necessary for a health system to work.
Oct 10, 2013
The Heartland Institute: John C. Goodman, president of the NCPA, identifies the problems with single-payer health insurance.
Oct 10, 2013
The faulty premise underlies much thinking about healthcare policy
Psychology Today: Our health care system is made complicated by the use of third party payment, writes NCPA President John Goodman.