NCPA Media: Health Care

  • Jan 18, 2016

    Guaranteed Renewability Key to Replacing Affordable Care Act

    NCPA: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick explains potential issues and possible replacements for Obamacare in this HealthPayer Intelligence article.

  • Jan 17, 2016

    Why are so many more Floridians than Texans signing up for Obamacare?

    TheDallasMorningNews: Early retirees in Florida may be attracted by Obamcare’s federal subsidies, which could explain the state’s high enrollment numbers compared to its neighbors in the South, said NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in this article from The Dallas Morning News.

  • Jan 14, 2016

    Americans Outsmart Uncle Sam, Doom ObamaCare

    TheNewAmerican: A program like Obamacare needs strictly defined and enforced open season. With the Administration constantly making changes, the Obamacare exchanges are suffering, says NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in an article from The New American.

  • Jan 12, 2016

    Telemedicine grades: Which 3 states received an F?

    Beckers Hospital Review: The limitations on telemedicine in Texas, Alabama and Georgia earned the 3 states an F, according to an NCPA report featured in an article from Beckers Hospital Review.

  • Jan 11, 2016

    Texas ranks worst in telehealth

    GovernmentHealthIT: Texas is fighting the growth of telemedicince – at the expense of those who need care, according to an NCPA report featured in a Government Health IT article.

  • Jan 08, 2016

    Aetna exits AHIP; who’s next?

    ManagedHealthcareExecutive: The healthcare industry is seeing a collapse of consensus among insurers, says NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in this Managed Healthcare Executive article.

  • Jan 08, 2016

    HHS praised for HIPAA guidance

    Politico: The NCPA’s report on telemedicine washighlighted in a Politico round-up article.

  • Jan 07, 2016

    Texas Spurns Progress, Patients by Blocking Telemedicine

    Fighting the growth of telehealth undermines efforts to increase medical care: NCPA

    NCPA: The Texas Medical Board is sacrificing patients’ easy access to medical care to protect established providers from competition by limiting the use of telemedicine in the state, according to a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Research Associate Jennifer Vermeulen.