NCPA Media: Health Care

  • May 04, 2011

    Like Long Medical Wait Times, Crowded Emergency Rooms? You’ll Love ObamaCare.

    Reason – This article on the predicted rise of emergency room visits under ObamaCare references Goodman’s calculations in Health Affairs.

  • May 02, 2011

    Medicare Cures Won’t Fix Costs

    Dallas Morning News Online – NCPA President John Goodman is quoted on Medicare costs in the Dallas Morning News.

  • Apr 19, 2011

    Medicare by the Numbers

    Texas Insider - Here are the five most important things you need to know about Paul Ryan, Barack Obama and Medicare. You won't find this anywhere else.

  • Apr 18, 2011

    Money left over in your health savings account? - Since health savings accounts (HSAs) are linked to high-deductible insurance plans, you should keep enough in a savings or money-market account to meet your deductible (in fact, many HSAs require this).

  • Apr 16, 2011

    How Safe is Your Hospital? - Hospitals are dangerous places to be. At least if you are a patient. My colleagues Biff Jones and Pam Villarreal and I estimate that as many as 187,000 patients die every year for some reason other than the medical condition which caused them to seek care. We also estimate there are 6.1 million injuries caused by the health care system, including hospital acquired infections that afflict one in every 20 hospital patients.

  • Apr 14, 2011

    The 'Harm' in Healthcare Spending - A new study from a non-partisan public policy research organization puts a price tag on the social cost of medical errors and other adverse events caused by the healthcare system -- and one researcher has a suggestion that would alleviate the expense.

  • Apr 08, 2011

    Social Costs From Medical Errors Could Near $1 Trillion, Researchers Find

    Dallas Morning News Online - The social cost of adverse medical events could near $1 trillion yearly, according to newly published research.

  • Apr 08, 2011

    GOP dodges Medicaid plan downside

    Politico: Republicans talk a lot about how Medicaid block grants could help governors bring down their costs, but they don’t talk as much about what, exactly, the states would do with them.

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