NCPA Media: Health Care

  • Jan 07, 2011

    Health Problem Quantified

    The Health Care Blog - Out of 310 million Americans, only 8,000 people have the problem given as the principal reason for spending almost $1 trillion, creating more than 150 regulatory agencies and causing perhaps 150 million or more people to change the coverage they now have.

  • Jan 07, 2011

    John Goodman on the Mike Whalen show

    John Goodman provides answers to a variety of questions about what comes next with the new health care reform law.

  • Jan 04, 2011

    NCPA President, CEO & Kellye Wright Fellow John C. Goodman interviewed by FOX News' Gretchen Carlson.

    FOX News Channel: In a FOX & Friends interview this morning, Dr. Goodman outlined how the Baby Boomer retirement wave will further challenge future Medicare funding and services.

  • Jan 01, 2011

    Health and Education

    The Health Care Blog - I believe I am one the few commentators on the Internet who routinely compares the fields of health and education. The reason: lessons from one field are often applicable to the other.

  • Dec 24, 2010

    Consumer Driven Plans Continued to Grow in 2010

    Health Care News - The number of consumer driven health care plans continued to grow this year.

  • Dec 17, 2010

    Goodman's Law

    The Health Care Blog:  Dr. Goodman on a health care payment system that just doesn't work.

  • Nov 18, 2010

    NCPA Study: Government Unfunded Liability Cut in Half by Health Reform

    Debt Commission’s Work Is Already Half Done But Seniors Access to Care Is In Jeopardy

    DALLAS, TX - The health reform bill enacted last spring reduces Medicare's unfunded liability by $53 trillion, cutting in half the nation's long-term entitlement debt, according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).

  • Nov 14, 2010

    Health Care Reform Faces Long Legal Fight

    Experts predict appeal to the Supreme Court; key sticking point is provision that Americans must carry insurance

    Bloomberg/Business Week/HealthDay: Experts, including Devon Herrick, expect the health care reform debate to wind up in the Supreme Court.