NCPA Media: Health Care
Mar 09, 2011
CQ Roll Call: Mr. Chairman and members of the Subcommittee, I am John Goodman, President of the National Center for Policy Analysis, a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization dedicated to developing and promoting private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector. I welcome the opportunity to share my views and look forward to your questions.
Mar 08, 2011
The Hill - Energy and Commerce Committee Republicans, taking a new tack for defunding healthcare reform, on Wednesday will look at five provisions of the law they want to subject to annual appropriations.
Mar 07, 2011
The Hill- Energy and Commerce Committee Republicans identified on Monday five provisions of the healthcare reform law that they want to subject to annual appropriations so they can defund them.
Mar 03, 2011
Health Care News - With the growth of social media, companies and consumers now use sites such as Facebook and Twitter to share information and provide support and service. Now the use of these tools by one category of companies, the pharmaceutical industry, is under attack by a number of groups under the leadership of Ralph Nader.
Mar 01, 2011
Health Care News - A new study assessing the quality of drugs made in emerging markets found the danger of variability remains high for several areas.
Mar 01, 2011
But many wonder if political leanings will influence Supreme Court's ultimate decision, Harris Interactive/HealthDay survey shows.
USNEWS & World Report: Health Day - Half of U.S. adults still oppose the "individual mandate" clause in the new health care reform law that requires all Americans not already insured to purchase health insurance, while only 22 percent support it, a new Harris Interactive/HealthDay poll finds.
Feb 28, 2011
The Health Care Blog - Nationwide, Medicare will start paying fees to ACOs, beginning next year. Eventually, the Obama administration would like to see everyone in an ACO.
Feb 24, 2011
More asthma, heat waves and microbial disease could result if greenhouse gases aren't curbed.
US NEWS & World Report: Health Day - Experts from leading U.S. medical groups gathered Thursday to warn of impending dangers to human health if greenhouse gas emissions continue unchecked, speeding climate change.