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The Leaflet: Choice and Competition will Cure America’s Health Care Crisis

This week, the Trump administration released a new report about the role rules and regulations have played in rising health care costs and limiting health care choices. On December 3, the U.S. Departm... read more

Why the free market can’t cure health care

"Choice and competition" are Obama's new buzzwords ... will not reveal any intrinsic right to health care, food or shelter. That's because there isn't any. This "right" has never existed in America. I... read more

Why markets can’t cure healthcare

This tells you right away that health care can’t be sold like bread. It must be largely paid for by some kind of insurance. And this in turn means that someone other than the patient ends up making de... read more

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Why insurance companies control your medical care

Insurance companies that participate in the Affordable Care Act’s state health exchanges are signaling that prices will rise dramatically this fall. And if insurance costs aren’t enough of a crisis .. ... read more


The Great Health Care CON

By their very nature, CON laws create barriers to entry and expansion to the detriment of health care competition and consumers. They undercut consumer choice, stifle innovation ... Note: The health c... read more

Health care: The hidden business killer

Gallo isn't the only small business owner struggling to cover the cost of health care. The long-simmering crisis has reached a flash point ... less motivated to participate now that there's less compe... read more

No matter who wins, there’s still a healthcare cost crisis

While the McCain plan would not have solved every problem facing America’s health system, it would have allowed for more state-level experimentation with high-risk pools and organized care delivery .. ... read more

Who Should Replace Tom Daschle?

Bredesen understands, as certainly Tom Daschle did, that superficial tinkering and tampering with a failed multi-faceted system is no answer. Only a new, different dynamic will make health care what . ... read more

Bill Clinton on Health Care, 1993

Large corporations will bear bigger disadvantages in global competition, and health care costs will ... to confront this crisis. (Applause.) Our history and our heritage tell us that we can meet this ... read more

Voter Guide: U.S. Senate and House candidate Q&A

The Journal-World asked each candidate for federal office to state their positions on five key issues: Health care: Do you support or oppose ... while lowering overall costs by increasing competition ... read more

Liberals and conservatives on healthcare reform

reduction in the rate of increase of healthcare spending; and more reliable quality of care. But the notion that these are two paths to the same end is false. In fact, competition among private insure... read more

Lost in the Shuffle: The Overarching Goals of Health Reform

These disagreements are rooted only partly in ideology. They also reflect different and sincerely held perceptions about how competition in the health care sector works, how individuals choose health ... read more



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