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  • Feb 18, 2011

    The Future of Consumer-Directed Health Care

    Health Affairs Blog:  Over the next decade I believe we are going to see a major transformation of American medicine. It won't be the kind of transformation that is normally discussed at health care conferences and at inside-the-Beltway briefings. Nor will it be the kind of change anticipated by the people who gave us the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). Instead, what I envision is a large migration of patients and doctors, and facilities and services out of the third-party payer system.

  • Feb 18, 2011

    Pension Bomb

    Gulf Coast Business Review:  Municipal pension programs are reaching crisis proportions, and several Gulf Coast cities rank among the state's worst.

  • Feb 18, 2011

    Prepare for Health Care Ping Pong

    The Atlantic: Health Affairs has a new article suggesting that low-income workers are going to be moving back and forth between Medicaid and the exchanges at a disturbingly rapid pace (H/T John Goodman):

  • Feb 17, 2011

    Green Energy Poses a Major Threat to US National Security - H. Sterling Burnett, a Senior Fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis, wrote a piece earlier this week that shows the entire folly of the green movement.

  • Feb 17, 2011

    Valentine's Week Edition Of The Health Wonk Review

    Colorado Long Term Care Insider: Welcome to the Health Wonk Review!  This week's edition has tons of great articles from some of the best wonks in the healthcare blogosphere. 

  • Feb 16, 2011


    The American Spectator: John Goodman: "It's as though the White House has concluded that seniors matter and poor people don't - at least in politics."

  • Feb 15, 2011

    Exports Create Better Jobs, But Not Necessarily More Jobs Export growth is a good thing. However, the impact of exports on jobs and GDP must be considered in conjunction with the accompanying increase in imports.

  • Feb 09, 2011

    Fiscal commission co-chairs remain hopeful for deficit cut

    Dallas Morning News: The leaders of a White House fiscal commission said Wednesday they remain hopeful that Congress will take action to reduce the federal government's yawning deficits and rising debt.

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