NCPA Media: Health Care

  • Jun 04, 2011

    What Seniors Have to Fear From ObamaCare

    Townhall.com – National Center for Policy Analysis President John Goodman's commentary explains what cuts seniors will likely face under Obamacare.


  • Jun 02, 2011

    The Two Alternatives For Health Care Policy

    Forbes – Peter Ferrara discusses NCPA president John Goodman's health care model as an alternative to Obamacare.


  • Jun 02, 2011

    Seniors may swing 2012 vote on Medicare revolt

    Reuters – John Goodman weighs in on the impact of the Ryan health care reform.


  • Jun 02, 2011

    Adapt or Die

    Townhall.com – Pat Boone and Jim Martin explain why Medicare cannot survive in its current form.


  • Jun 01, 2011

    Modernizing Medicaid pharmacy could save states $33 billion

    Healthcare IT News – Chris Anderson provides an overview of an NCPA report on the lack of cost-effectiveness of Medicaid Drug Programs.


  • May 31, 2011

    Implementation of State Exchanges Loaded with Uncertainty

    IT+Telecom News – Devon Herrick critiques health care options under ObamaCare on the Heartland Institute's IT+ Telecom News.


  • May 27, 2011

    Hospitals starting to plan for influx of emergency cases come 2014

    Denver Business Journal – A study by NCPA Hatton W. Sumner Scholar Peter A. Swanson, and commentary by NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick was featured in the Denver Business Journal, discussing the impact of the Affordable Care Act on emergency services and emergency departments.


  • May 27, 2011

    Mediscare: The Surprising Truth

    Republicans are being portrayed as Medicare Grinches, but ObamaCare already has seniors' health care slated for draconian cuts.

    Wall Street Journal - While critics portray Republicans as Medicare grinches, the NCPA's John Goodman and Tom Saving show in an oped in this morning's Wall St. Journal (link) that there is very little difference between what Rep. Paul Ryan's plan will spend on Medicare and what ObamaCare does, but with very different results for seniors.