Dr. Herrick’s piece in the Townhall.com addresses the problems of the liberal single-payer pipe dream.
Senior Fellow Dr. Devon Herrick provided commentary on the state of healthcare reform on BreitbartXM’s show, Whatever it Takes with Curt Schilling.
Dallas, TX (4/12/2017) – In a point, counter-point section of The Wall Street Journal, Senior Fellow Dr. Devon Herrick argues that by taking simple steps patients can save themselves a substantial amount of money.
Dr. Herrick’s piece in the Wall Street Journal argues that by taking some simple steps patients can save a lot of money.
In his recent Townhall.com article, Dr. Herrick dissects how Obamacare can be dismantled by the GOP Congress.
Townhall: The failed GOP American Health Care Act was not perfect, however it was markedly superior than Obamacare.
Dallas, TX (9/20/2016) – Drug therapy represents the greatest value in the U.S. health care system – but, if policymakers limit cost-sharing, many drug prices will skyrocket, warns a new study by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick.
ONE News Now: Senior Fellow Devon Herrick walks us through what health care shoppers need to consider as open enrollment approaches in an article at One News Now.
Oncology Times: For consumers, MACRA’s increased federal control over the practice of medicine could translate into “higher costs and more difficulties getting access to timely and quality care,” warned Senior Fellow John Graham in an article at the Oncology Times.
CNN: Senior Fellow Devon Herrick’s research on generic drugs is cited in an article at CNN laying out six ways to pay less for your prescription drugs.
Dallas, TX (7/20/2016) – The “doc fix” contained in the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) is fiscally irresponsible, and will only increase federal control over how doctors practice medicine, warns a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow John R. Graham.
Dallas, TX (7/8/2016) – Today’s vote on a House bill to reduce opioid abuse did not include a key solution to the growing opioid pan reliever epidemic: mandatory electronic prescribing. E-prescribing would make a significant dent in the rate of fraud, resale and abuse of opioids, according to a new study by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick.
Dallas, TX Would requiring disclosure of wholesale prices lower prescription drug costs? Experts say no, according to a new report by National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick. …
NCPA research recently released in the report “How to Pay for Medicare” was cited in this article from McKnight’s.
NCPA: Rising numbers of retirees and excess cost growth have made it imperative that we chance how the Medicare is financed – or the cost burden will crush taxpayers, according to a new study by NCPA Senior Fellows Andrew J. Rettenmaier and Thomas R. Saving.
Florida Business Daily: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick is cited on efforts from pharmacies to affect legislation in order to allow them to charge more in this article from Florida Business Daily.
Parent Herald: Research from the NCPA explaining why health care spending is not a burden on the U.S. economy is cited in this article from the Parent Herald.
California Broker Magazine: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick outlines a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act in this article from California Broker Magazine.
NCS News: If the decision striking down the ACA’s cost-sharing provision stands, it will likely hasten the demise of Obamacare, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in this article from CNS News.
Pharmacy Times: Research from the NCPA on how transitioning birth control to over-the-counter would affect costs is cited in this article from the Pharmacy Times.
NewsOK: The Oklahoma Senate Bill 1150 will give pharmacies unprecedented pricing power to wield over drug plan enrollees, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in an article from The Oklahoman.
The American Spectator: A March report from the NCPA revealing the failure by the Obamacare exchanges to detect fraud is cited in this article from The American Spectator.