NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • 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 Takes Heat for its Telemedicine Restrictions

    MHealth Intelligence: NCPA Research Associate Jennifer Vermeulen’s report on Texas telehealth policies was featured on MHealthIntelligence.


  • Jan 04, 2016

    ED Runs 'Second Chance' Pell Pilot for Prisoners

    Campus Technology: The Department of Education's new pilot program "Second Chance Pell Pilot Program for Incarcerated Individuals" could cost more than it delivers. According to NCPA research featured in a Campus Technology article, the pilot program’s focus on standard academic education could make the effort less effective and costlier than the vocational training programs already in place.


  • Jan 04, 2016

    Texas Still Lagging in Health Coverage

    The Dallas Morning News: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick explains why the Obamacare exchanges in Texas are unsustainable in this article from The Dallas Morning News.


  • Dec 24, 2015

    Beyond Obamacare: Local franchises offer cheaper medical lab tests

    Bloomberg Business: Knowing the cost of tests upfront is the latest step towards consumers taking control of their healthcare dollars, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Bloomberg Business article. 


  • Dec 24, 2015

    How to use your flexible spending account before New Year

    WFAA Dallas: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick outlined some ways to use the money left in your Health Savings Account before you lose it at the end of the year in an interview with WFAA Dallas. 


  • Dec 04, 2015

    Three Texas Mayors Talk About Refugee Resettlement

    KERA News: Refugee resettlement and diversity are addressed by three Texas women mayors at a luncheon hosted by the NCPA, in a KERA News article.




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