NCPA Media: Health Care

  • Feb 20, 2014

    Biden's ACA Enrollment Confession: What's Next?

    FOXBusiness.com: The focus of the ACA enrollment debate should be if and when people are paying their premiums, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a FOXBusiness.com article. According to Herrick, it’ll be 3-5 months before we know whether people are consistently paying their premiums and keeping their insurance.


  • Feb 19, 2014

    VA Report on Current Medicaid Access Raises Concerns for Future Care

    Watchdog.org: Medicaid is taking in “more and more people that are less and less poor,” and its expansion in Virginia could reduce access to care for those most needy, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a piece from Watchdog.org.


  • Feb 17, 2014

    Obamacare changes may include extension of risk corridor

    The Washington Examiner: Due to the lack of young people signing up for ObamaCare, NCPA President John Goodman estimates in the Washington Examiner that the losses are going to be “quite large,” and understands why the Obama Administration would be tempted to extend the risk corridors.


  • Feb 14, 2014

    Health Savings Accounts, Not ObamaCare, Bending Health Care Cost Curve Down

    CNSNews.com: The declining growth in health care spending that started 10 years ago is a result of health savings accounts, not ObamaCare, says NCPA Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara in a CNSNews.com piece.


  • Feb 12, 2014

    Preparing for Health Reform? Don't Forget the Benefits.

    InsuranceNewsNet.com: Include your employees in the insurance discussion to cut costs and target benefits, advises NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in an InsuranceNewsNet.com piece.


  • Feb 12, 2014

    Latest ObamaCare Numbers: 3.3M People Have Selected Plans

    FOX Business.com: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick is more concerned with “who is paying,” and if they will continue to pay their premiums, rather than overall ObamaCare enrollment numbers, reports a FOXBusiness.com article.


  • Feb 12, 2014

    Why Have Health-Care Costs Been Rising So Much More Slowly of Late?

    Commentary: The slowdown of the rise in health care costs is due to Health Savings Accounts and Health Reimbursement Arrangements, not ObamaCare, says NCPA President John Goodman in a Commentary post.


  • Feb 06, 2014

    A Rendezvous with Disaster

    ObamaCare is a nightmare because today’s progressives have forgotten what FDR learned

    The Weekly Standard: Quoting NCPA President John Goodman, Arthur Herman says that attempting to lower health care costs by having “buyers of care telling the providers how to practice medicine” and redistributing or rationing care is not an effective solution in a piece for The Weekly Standard.