NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Apr 29, 2015

    When fixing doc doesn’t fix anything

    LifeHealthPro: The Medicare “doc fix” doesn’t really fix anything, said NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in a Life Health Pro article.


  • Apr 21, 2015

    Increasing Regulations Could Raise Managed Drug Plan Costs

    Managed Healthcare Executive: Increasing regulations on drug plans could cost the 220 million Americans who get their medications through a managed care plan, warns NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Managed Healthcare Executive article.


  • Apr 16, 2015

    Congress Votes to Repeal Medicare SGR

    Clinical Oncology News: The Medicare “doc fix” is a poor replacement to the Sustainable Growth Rate that breaks the promise of fiscal responsibility Congress made to America, said Graham in a Clinical Oncology News article.


  • Apr 15, 2015

    Margin Tax is Holding Back Texas Economy

    Ft. Worth Star-Telegram: New business investments in Texas would increase by over $3 billion if the margin tax were repealed, according to NCPA research cited in a Ft. Worth Star-Telegram op-ed.


  • Apr 13, 2015

    Potential SGR Repeal Insurrection Brews in Senate

    Critics of doc fix proposal have qualms about cost, amendments

    Fierce Healthcare: The cost and scope of the SGR repeal bill signifies that Congress has abandoned budget neutrality, according to a National Center for Policy Analysis report featured in a Fierce Healthcare article.  


  • Apr 11, 2015

    Taxes: Insult on Top of Multiple Injuries

    Orange County Register: An Orange County Register commentary quotes NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal’s warning that, if dividends were taxed at the an ordinary income tax rate, couple’s effective tax rate would skyrocket.


  • Apr 10, 2015

    ISIS Plots At Home and Abroad Demand Attention

    FOX News: The United States has a domestic jihadist problem, and it needs more attention, warns NCPA President/CEO Allen West on FOX News.


  • Apr 09, 2015

    ObamaCare: Stifling Innovation

    The New American: The structure of the health care exchanges force insurers to focus on short-term costs, often to the exclusion of long-term costs, warned NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in a New American article.