NCPA Media: News Release
Dec 10, 2002
At a time when the United States and U.S.-backed international financial institutions are encouraging countries around the world to adopt free market economies, a new study examines how well our own states fare by that measure.
Oct 22, 2002
As Congress debates whether to keep proposed cuts in the fees Medicare pays doctors, a study by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) says that low physicians' fees result in less access to doctors and reduced quality of care for the nation's elderly.
Oct 07, 2002
Welfare rolls have fallen more than 60 percent nationwide during the last 10 years, mostly since reforms were enacted in 1996.
Sep 16, 2002
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) will host a briefing to debate the pros and cons of the proposed mental health parity mandate, as well as possible methods for controlling costs.
Aug 29, 2002
Eighty million people in 20 countries are living under reformed Social Security systems with personal retirement accounts.
Aug 07, 2002
Before members of Congress enact a new prescription drug benefit for the elderly, they should look carefully at the experience of South Africans with medical savings accounts (MSAs).
Aug 06, 2002
Senior citizens near the time of their death can expect to generate more than $50,000 in medical, funeral and burial costs.
Jul 23, 2002
The cost to taxpayers of supporting Medicare in the future will soar if Congress adopts either the Democratic or Republican proposals to add a prescription drug benefit.