NCPA Media: Health Care
Dec 01, 2015
NCPA Executive Co-Authors Amicus Brief Filed with SCOTUS on Behalf of Members of Congress
NCPA: An amicus brief, filed on behalf of the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, demonstrates the unconstitutionality of the Affordable Care Act and urges the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down the law as violating the exclusive Constitutional prerogative of the House of Representatives alone to originate tax laws.
Nov 09, 2015
OnewNewsNow: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick reveals that 2016 ObamaCare enrollment rates are most likely to be exceptionally low due to the high post-subsidy premium and deductible rates in a OneNewsNow story.
Nov 06, 2015
The Washington Examiner: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick explains that healthcare Co-Ops are failing because they are artificially lowering their prices to gain market share in a Washington Examiner story.
Oct 21, 2015
NCPA: The 50-year old Medicare program is not aging well; and that’s not good news for seniors, according to a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick. The report identifies three factors driving Medicare towards bankruptcy.
Oct 15, 2015
One News Now: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick cautions ObamaCare enrollees away from automatic reenrollment, citing higher premiums associated with changes in enrollee’s wages, marital status, and location, in a One News Now story.
Oct 14, 2015
NCPA: Empowering seniors to take control of their own health spending and rewarding the doctors who coordinate patients’ care, as well as the providers that reduce patients’ costs and improve the quality of their treatment, could vastly improve the health of seniors on Medicare, according to a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick.
Oct 12, 2015
RevCycle Intelligence: A RevCycle Intelligence article recalls NCPA research which showed that Medicare and CHIP fee adjustments are expected to generate financial consequences, indicating that pay-for-performance initiatives may drive physicians out of the industry due to insufficient payment rates.