Kaiser Health News' Blog Watch cites John Goodman's Health Blog post on high-risk pool problems and portable insurance solutions.
D Magazine's Front Burner Blog on the NCPA Health Care Forum
Join us to hear John C. Goodman, NCPA President and CEO and Ron Anderson, MD, President and CEO of Dallas' Parkland Health and Hospital System, discuss how the recently passed health care legislation will impact you and if it is the cure for America's ailing health care system.
Devon Herrick is interviewed on the effectiveness of electronic communications between physicians and patients
John Goodman's another source on the debate over what seniors know about health care reform, according to the Washington Business Journal
Investors breathed a tentative sigh of relief in recent months as they watched their retirement accounts make up for lost ground. Just a few months earlier, as they watched their 401(k)s weather dramatic stock market swings, many may have wished they were covered by a defined benefit pension plan from their employer (or union).
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John Goodman's response to a national health reform survey of so-called "confused" seniors featured in The Hill's health blog.
Innovation is critical to improving health care delivery, according to John Goodman's latest op-ed in Kaiser Health News.
Dallas – It is no surprise that a federal appeals court refused to reinstate the Obama Administration's deepwater drilling moratorium, since the scientist cited in support of the moratorium actually rejected the policy, according to NCPA Senior Fellow, H. Sterling Burnett.
NCPA Policy Chairman, Michael Whalen explains in a Washington Times editorial that mark-to-market accounting rules will hurt small business loans and ruin economic recovery.
John Goodman examines how health care rationing could affect your treatment options in his latest post on The Health Care Blog.
The use of biotechnology to create genetically modified crops can meet the needs of a growing population, according to a new study by the National Center for Policy Analysis, especially as the world's population grows from six billion to approximately nine billion people this century.
Hillary for President? NCPA Board Chairman and former Governor Pete du Pont's Wall Street Journal op-ed explores the possibilities.
Tuition voucher programs attempt to improve academic performance through school choice. Vouchers pay a set amount to schools chosen by the students' families. Programs can be federally funded (like the D.C. Opportunities Scholarship Program), funded by local government (such as the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program) or privately funded.
Many people are worried about the United States' federal budget deficit and accumulating debt burden. In 2009 the federal budget deficit reached a record $1.4 trillion, and public debt (U.S. Treasury securities held by institutions and individuals outside the federal government) is currently more than $8 trillion and growing.
John Goodman's research continues to generate discussion on the future patient load in emergency rooms.
Alaska state officials are objecting to the Obama administration's decision to list more than 187,000 square miles-almost the entire U.S. polar bear population's range-as critical habitat. Critical habitat is defined as an area containing features essential to the conservation of species listed as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act.
On The Health Care Blog, Goodman's post on the controversial appointment of Donald Berwick to head Medicare and Medicaid services.
The expected increase in over-crowded emergency room traffic is the subject of Dr. Goodman's latest Health Affairs commentary.
Dr. Herrick explains projected increases in emergency room traffic in this Health Care News commentary.
Greg Wilkinson, president of Hill & Wilkinson, Ltd., a Dallas-based general contracting firm, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
In the latest Health Care News, Dr. Goodman explains the economic ramifications of penalizing marriage in the health care reform overhaul.
Actions speak louder than words. Complex political wrangling accomplished passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act [PPACA] by Congress that was signed into law on March 23, 2010. However, the Democratic controlled Congress has not shown the same will to eliminate the Sustainable Growth Rate [SGR] formula that has been a chronic problem for physician reimbursement with Medicare and TRICARE.