Medicare Review

By admin on 05/15/2019 11:27 PM

https://www.nationalaffairs.com/publications/detail/american-exceptionalism-and-the-entitlement-state American Exceptionalism and the Entitlement State Nicholas Eberstadt Winter 2015 If social policy were medicine and countries were the patients, the United States today would be a post-surgical charge under observation after an ambitious and previously untested transplant operation. Surgeons have grafted a foreign organ — the European welfare state — into the American body. The transplanted organ […]

By admin on 04/02/2019 5:09 AM

The harm incurred by a mushrooming welfare state George Will | The Washington Post | January 21, 2015 America’s national character will have to be changed if progressives are going to implement their agenda. So, changing social norms is the progressive agenda. To understand how far this has advanced, and how difficult it will be […]

By admin on 03/19/2019 8:17 AM

Quartz Daily Brief, hi@qz.com, Weekend edition—Davos deliberations, flying cars, hagfish slime Good morning, Quartz readers! It’s a pity there were fewer influential world leaders than in previous years at Davos this week at the World Economic Forum, and not only because so many of the risks that are top of mind right now for delegates […]

By admin on 01/03/2019 1:39 AM

Here’s the difference between a ‘socialist’ and a ‘Democratic socialist’ John Haltiwanger |  Business Insider | Nov. 7, 2018 After 29-year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s stunning upset against Rep. Joe Crowley in the New York Democratic congressional primary in June, the word “socialist” was repeatedly used to describe her. Ocasio-Cortez became the youngest woman elected to Congress […]

By admin on 12/04/2018 3:53 AM

Published on December 2, 2018 by RealClear Health The Galen Institute was founded by Grace-Marie Turner in 1995 to promote a conversation over free-market ideas in the health sector. The Trump administration has made important progress in loosening the federal government’s grip on private health insurance, freeing up more options for affordable health insurance. But […]

By Del Meyer on 11/26/2018 3:25 AM

Author of 14th Amendment Explains EXACTLY Who It Was Meant For By Brittany Soares Brittany Soares is a journalist and editor who actively runs the news website Unrestrained News. She believes in uncovering truth and using the power of knowledge to keep America free and inspire positive change in the world. Brittany has been an […]

By Del Meyer on 10/14/2018 1:40 PM

When I went into practice, I observed a busy OBG service. Looking over the operating schedule was not part of my routine. I did note that there were a number of D & C’s scheduled for intermenstrual bleeding. I subsequently realized that my initial practice hospital was in an abortion mill. It occurred in one […]

By Del Meyer on 09/14/2018 12:21 PM

One Week At CMS: Steps Toward Transformative Changes Grace-Marie Turner Contributor https://galen.org/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/gracemarieturner/2018/08/11/one-week-at-cms-steps-toward-transformative-changes/#5206436115ac The Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services is continuing the drumbeat of modernizing the two gargantuan programs it runs to generate more accountability, greater transparency, and provide better value for both patients and taxpayers. Administrator Seema Verma announced on Thursday a new […]

By Del Meyer on 08/07/2018 8:35 AM

No, ‘Medicare for All’ Is Still Not Plausible Single-payer advocates are crowing that their plan would save money. They’re also wrong. Brian Riedl Monday, August 13, 2018 Last week, Left-wing politicians, activists, and columnists gleefully rejoiced that they had unlocked the easy path to single-payer health care in America: Just cut reimbursement payments to health […]

By Del Meyer on 07/07/2018 7:36 AM

The Health Innovation We Need By Dave A. Chokshi, MD, MSc The word innovation is omnipresent in health and health care, describing new uses of technology and data, entrepreneurial ventures, and public sector efforts. Given the many challenges in the US health sector—including decreasing life expectancy, increasing costs, declining rates of health coverage, and potentially widening health […]