NCPA Commentaries by Health Care Experts

  • Dec 13, 2012

    How Much Should The Federal Government Subsidize Retirement? - Part II

    Forbes: In his latest Forbes op-ed, NCPA President John C. Goodman dispels the myths associated with raising the Social Security eligibility age.


  • Dec 08, 2012

    The Liberal Mind

    Townhall.com: Liberal commentators focus on taxing the wealth of corporate executives, neglecting the top 1 percent of income earners who acquired wealth through sports, music and acting, says NCPA President John C. Goodman.


  • Dec 05, 2012

    Reforming the Tort System, Part 3: Experts and the Courts

    Reforming the Tort System, Part 3: Experts and the Courts

    Psychology Today: In his third commentary in a series on tort reform, NCPA President John C. Goodman gives his solution to allow free experts and courts in a contractual, no-fault system.


  • Dec 03, 2012

    Reforming the Tort System, Part 2: Freeing the Doctor

    A sound overhaul of the malpractice system would help medical providers.

    Psychology Today: In his latest post, NCPA President John C. Goodman analyzes the benefits of how changing malpractice laws will allow Doctors more protection from lawsuits, but also give consumers more protection.


  • Dec 02, 2012

    Can a Grand Bargain Ever Work?

    Townhall.com: Republicans are hesitant to agree to a budget deal for fear that spending cuts will be pushed down the road unless Democrats understand that reforming health care is in everybody’s interest, says NCPA President John C. Goodman.


  • Nov 28, 2012

    Reforming the Tort System, Part 1: Freeing the Patient

    Consumers have much to gain from revamping the medical malpractice system

    Psychology Today: In his most recent commentary, NCPA President John C. Goodman explains that the first step to reforming the tort system is by freeing the patient.


  • Nov 28, 2012

    Why Does The Federal Government Subsidize Retirement?

    Forbes: Social Security offers incentives for people to retire earlier than necessary, says NCPA President John C. Goodman in his latest Forbes commentary.


  • Nov 26, 2012

    Medical Malpractice Reform

    Psychology Today: In his latest Psychology Today commentary, NCPA President John C. Goodman outlines ten principles to guide tort reform.


  • Nov 24, 2012

    How Much Should Individual Preferences Matter?

    The healthcare reform law seems to think that bureaucrats know best.

    Psychology Today: In his latest Psychology Today commentary, NCPA President John C. Goodman suggests that some health care decisions should be left up to the individual, not forced upon them by the government.


  • Nov 17, 2012

    The Obama Recession

    Townhall.com: In his latest Townhall.com commentary, NCPA President John C. Goodman says full time employment will decrease due to perverse incentives created by the Affordable Care Act.






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