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  • Cost Transparency Improves Collections and Boosts Satisfaction

    5 juillet 2017
    NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick writes for Managed Healthcare Executive: One complaint about Obamacare is that deductibles have skyrocketed since its inception. The average deductible has about doubled in the past decade in the employer market, a phenomenon that began long before Obamacare. (...)
  • Senate Better Care Act : A Big Bunch of Sausage Meat Loaf

    30 juin 2017
    Senior Fellow Devon Herrick writes at Townhall: Backroom policy deals have been described as akin to making sausage. You don't really want to see it done or you'd lose your appetite. The new Senate health bill is more like meat loaf than sausage, however. By that, I mean a recipe composed of (...)
  • Wind Power’s Future in U.S. Could Be Thwarted by Grassroots Opposition

    28 juin 2017
    Senior fellow Thomas Hemphill's article is featured in Real Clear Energy: The luster is coming off wind power as an economically viable, environmentally friendly, community-friendly source of America's energy future--and for some very good reasons. To start, rural residents across America are (...)
  • California Money Couldn’t Buy Georgiaâââ€Å¡¬â„¢s Special Election

    26 juin 2017
    Senior Fellow Devon Herrick writes at NCPA's Health blog: The special election for Georgia's Sixth District to fill the seat vacated by Secretary Price was heated. Jon Ossoff was the Democrat who ran for the seat with considerable outside support. He lost, nonetheless. A precinct captain (...)
  • Legislating Drug Price Transparency

    23 juin 2017
    NCPA Senior Fellow Thomas Hemphill writes in Regulation magazine:Essential Medicines. The U.S. pharmaceutical industry has once again become a target of consumers' and politicians' ire. In the past few years, public outcry ensued after a new, blockbuster drug was marketed at a seemingly (...)
  • Last Week in Health Care

    19 juin 2017
    Research associate Jerrod Attias writes at the NCPA Health blog: The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee has begun examining the role that pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) play in rising drug prices, starting with a hearing this week on the drug delivery system. Drug (...)
  • The Silly Appeal of Expanding Medicare for All

    16 juin 2017
    Senior Fellow Devon Herrick writes at NCPA's Health blog: Many people believe Obamacare was a conspiracy, with asinine design features intended to cause the program to fail. The primary goal in the minds of conspiracy buffs was to usher in a single-payer program of Medicare for All once (...)
  • Maryland’s Drug Price Gouging Law : The Potential Consequences

    12 juin 2017
    NCPA Senior Fellow Thomas Hemphill writes at RealClear Health: On May 26, Maryland became the first state to pass a law which applies specifically to "price gouging" practices by generic pharmaceutical manufacturers of essential drugs. This law passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, (...)

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