NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Jun 21, 2015

    Congress GOP considers stopgaps for health subsidies

    AZ Central: NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham suggested Congress should give the Affordable Care Act subsidies directly to consumers to spend on care and eliminate the additional cost of channeling the money through insurers, in an AZ Central article.


  • Jun 17, 2015

    Sanders Bill Would Make Generic Drug Manufacturers Pay Rebate

    Heartland: “Generic drug prices can only rise when there isn’t enough competition to hold the prices in check,” says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Heartland article.


  • Jun 16, 2015

    STEAM Rising

    Why we need to put the arts into STEM education.

    Slate:  “STEM already suffers from a major problem with student engagement, and the focus on changing STEM to STEAM would distract from the issue,” says NCPA Research Fellow Lloyd M. Bentsen IV in a Slate article.


  • Jun 16, 2015

    House Republicans Release Plan to Repeal and Replace Obamacare

    The Heartland Institute: American Health Care Reform Act’s plan to provide everyone with a standard deduction for health insurance would be a great improvement over the current system, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Heartland Institute article.


  • Jun 15, 2015

    Reforms would save SSDI for those who need it

    ONE News Now: “The Social Security disability system, which is a portion of the payroll taxes American workers pay into the Social Security system, is in pretty big trouble,” says NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a ONE News Now article.


  • Jun 15, 2015

    Steep Obamacare Insurance Premium Hikes Indicate ‘Death Spiral’ Has Begun

    The Heartland Institute: Obamacare is still very much at risk from the upcoming Supreme Court decision in King v. Burwell, warns NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in a Heartland Institute commentary.


  • Jun 15, 2015

    California Court Strikes Down ‘Pay to Delay’

    The Heartland Institute: “Despite the California court’s decision, there may be times when pay-for-delay makes sense, and a blanket ban may harm consumers”, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Heartland Institute article.


  • Jun 15, 2015

    Should hospitals face more scrutiny before offering new surgeries?

    Modern Healthcare: “In an environment where facilities aim to maximize revenue and where they get paid from third-party reimbursements, the launch of new surgical programs could result from all the wrong reasons,” says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in Modern Healthcare