NCPA Commentaries by John C Goodman
Dr. John C. Goodman, President and founder of the NCPA, is known as the father of Medical Savings Accounts and was dubbed by National Journal as "A winner of the devolution derby." He is an expert on tax, welfare, Social Security and health care reform. Dr. Goodman has testified before Congressional committees and regularly briefs member of Congress on these issues.
Aug 15, 2013
Townhall.com: In his latest Townhall.com commentary, NCPA President John C. Goodman analyzes the Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act.
Aug 14, 2013
Perverse incentives are at the root of many 'lapses' of medical ethics
Psychology Today: NCPA President John C. Goodman argues that ethics and economics should not be separated when discussing healthcare.
Aug 12, 2013
Forbes: NCPA President John C. Goodman describes why the Affordable Care Act will increase healthcare costs and the unemployment rate.
Aug 12, 2013
The world’s 1st national health insurance system served the health of the state
Psychology Today: In Psychology Today, NCPA President John C. Goodman says Otto Von Bismark was trying to strengthen the state not individuals.
Jul 25, 2013
Forbes: In his latest Forbes commentary, NCPA President John C. Goodman compares overzealous public employee pension programs to Ponzi Schemes.
Jul 11, 2013
Dallas Morning News: Being a labor friendly state has helped the Texas weather the economic slump better than other states, says NCPA President John C. Goodman.
Jul 10, 2013
Forbes: NCPA President John C. Goodman says the president will have difficulty finding people willing to enroll in health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act.
Jul 06, 2013
Townhall.com: In his most recent Townhall piece, NCPA President John C. Goodman analyzes the affects the Affordable Care Act will have on consumers through the treatment of doctors.
Jul 02, 2013
Forbes: NCPA President John C. Goodman says the left has not been active in developing new ideas to some of America’s biggest problems.
Jul 01, 2013
The real question is: Why aren't healthcare costs rising faster?
Psychology Today: In his latest Psychology Today post, NCPA President John C. Goodman says that consuming healthcare as if it were free means people will end up paying higher premiums and taxes.