Government HealthCare


The Report of the American Academy of Actuaries Academy Publishes 2020 Election Issues Guide

Posted on February 6, 2020 7:50 pm By delmeyer in Government HealthCare

The American Academy of Actuaries has prepared a series of guides focusing on several major issues to help voters become better informed leading up to the 2020 elections. These issue-focused guides offer information on select campaign topics on which actuaries have expertise. The Academy hopes candidates for higher office will provide details on their proposals to […]

America is looking disturbingly like Europe For health policy that works, look at the evidence By Linda Gorman, opinion contributor

Posted on February 6, 2020 7:44 pm By delmeyer in Government HealthCare

When a policy generating a lot of fame and fortune starts to go wrong, the temptation to ignore new data can be irresistible. For over 50 years, mainstream U.S. health policy makers have promoted research supporting Kenneth Arrow’s 1963 assertion that “it is the general social consensus, clearly, that the laissez-faire solution for medicine is […]

4. Government Healthcare: Single Payer is more Expensive than Private Care

Posted on November 5, 2019 5:15 am By admin in Government HealthCare

How to Make Health Care Unaffordable and Inaccessible By Bradley Thomas | September 09, 2019 | Fee.Org Third-party payment systems destroy normal market forces. Currently, in the US nearly 90 percent of medical care expenses are paid by a third party other than the consumer. Whether it’s Medicare for All or some other variant of a […]

4. Government Healthcare: The Medicare Enslavement Web

Posted on August 12, 2019 12:50 am By admin in Government HealthCare

The longer a government program is in effect, the more complicated it becomes. When the government introduced managed care in an effort to control costs, there were progressive controls on all segments of the medical/healthcare complex. This included doctors, hospitals, health insurance companies, laboratories, imaging facilities (x-rays, scans, CT, MRI, etc., et. al.,) pharmaceuticals, druggists, medical […]

Medicare Advantage creates an environment for fraud

Posted on April 27, 2019 2:13 am By admin in Government HealthCare

Cloud of secrecy’ in Medicare Advantage plans can create an environment for fraud. By Jeanne A. Markey and Raymond M. Sarola STAT, February 8, 2019 Over the last two decades, federal and state governments have dramatically increased their payments to private health care companies that manage Medicare Advantage and Medicaid managed care plans, now paying […]

Government Ethics is a Paradox

Posted on February 20, 2019 8:17 pm By admin in Government HealthCare

Following the Judeo-Christian code of ethics could be a prosecutable crime. Governments could make the entire Mosaic Code Legal. This would put all believers in Jeopardy for saying or teaching the Mosaic Code. This would in effect eliminate all parochial schools and religious education. Not only primary schools, but also secondary schools as well as […]

Obamacare: What We Know Now

Posted on October 10, 2018 1:13 pm By admin in Government HealthCare

By Michael D. Tanner The CATO Institute January 27, 2014 For all intents and purposes, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, has been fully implemented. And while much of the media coverage has been dominated by the technical failures of the program’s initial rollout, we are also learning much […]

The Fifth Circuit tees up a major separation of powers case

Posted on July 20, 2018 12:46 am By admin in Government HealthCare

Calling Judge Kavanaugh By The WSJ Editorial Board July 29, 2018 One exciting prospect for a Supreme Court that may soon include Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch is reining in the excesses of the administrative state. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals this month teed up a potential early blockbuster by ruling that the Federal […]

Sham Peer Review

Posted on April 3, 2018 5:15 am By admin in Government HealthCare

Editorial: Sham Peer Review: The Fifth Circuit Poliner Decision Lawrence R. Huntoon, M.D., Ph.D. In a sham peer review hearing, the truth and the facts do not matter because the outcome is predetermined and the process is rigged. In a court of law, where hospitals and peer reviewers are granted absolute immunity, the truth and […]

Involving doctors can help improve US healthcare

Posted on January 4, 2018 5:05 am By admin in Government HealthCare

Front Line of Healthcare Report 2017: Why involving doctors can help improve US healthcare Bain report | May 11, 2017 By Tim van Biesen, Josh Weisbrod, Michael Brookshire, Julie Coffman and Andy Pasternak Executive summary The US healthcare industry is still in search of a cure—a breakthrough model that can deliver high-quality care at lower cost. Over the past five years, […]