NCPA Media: NCPA in the News
Feb 12, 2014
FOX Business.com: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick is more concerned with “who is paying,” and if they will continue to pay their premiums, rather than overall ObamaCare enrollment numbers, reports a FOXBusiness.com article.
Feb 12, 2014
Commentary: The slowdown of the rise in health care costs is due to Health Savings Accounts and Health Reimbursement Arrangements, not ObamaCare, says NCPA President John Goodman in a Commentary post.
Feb 11, 2014
Credit.com: If you sacrifice saving to improve credit scores, your stability will be short-lived, says a new blog post at Credit.com focused on the findings of the NCPA study on senior spending. The study found that seniors are spending more on debt and saving less than in years past.
Feb 10, 2014
Today’s seniors are spending more on hobbies and non-essentials such as entertainment, pets and hobbies, than they did in 1990.
Spectrem’s Millionaire Corner: Seniors are driving longer, spending more on hobbies, and racking up more debt than before, according to a Spectrem’s Millionaire Corner post. The post examines findings from the NCPA study on debt and senior spending.
Feb 08, 2014
USA Today: Americans are entering retirement with too much debt and too much consumption spending when they should be saving more, says NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal, whose new report was featured in USA Today.
Feb 06, 2014
ObamaCare is a nightmare because today’s progressives have forgotten what FDR learned
The Weekly Standard: Quoting NCPA President John Goodman, Arthur Herman says that attempting to lower health care costs by having “buyers of care telling the providers how to practice medicine” and redistributing or rationing care is not an effective solution in a piece for The Weekly Standard.
Feb 05, 2014
FOX News: America's Newsroom (FOX News) featured the prepared testimony of NCPA President John Goodman in their coverage of the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee’s hearing on risk corridors. Goodman reiterated that only those with serious incentives, i.e. those with the highest medical claims, were persistent enough to navigate the ObamaCare website.
Feb 04, 2014
Long Island Newsday: American health should be developed within free-market principles, says Lane Filler in a Long Island Newsday editorial. Citing an NCPA study, Filler says that costs will go down as competition is encouraged.