Despite its good intentions, Medicaid expansion is proving to be yet another government program laden with waste, fraud, and inefficiency.
Despite strong partisanship in the U.S., both sides can agree on something even as controversial as health care: Obamacare has failed to deliver.
Please do not be more alarmed at my description of what is happening than you are at the fact that it’s happening to children, in our country, while progressives market it as ‘life-affirming care.’
The Trump administration will not provide funding for partial Medicaid expansion. It’s a good reminder that the best health care doesn’t come from Medicaid — it comes from a job.
As with Barack Obama’s salesmanship of Obamacare more than a decade ago, 2020 candidate Kamala Harris’ health plan relies upon impossibly promising everything to everybody.
Note to American patients: If you want the best health care money could buy as of 1973—the year when Medicare began coverage of end-stage renal disease—then you’ll love single-payer health care.
While both Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden want to draw contrasts on health care, their plans contain far more similarities than differences.
With over-the-top health care costs, Obamacare is the gift that keeps on giving. It’s time for Congress to courageously reform incentives.
For nine years, as Obamacare tore through American households and clinics and hospitals, health-care sharing ministries quietly grew—twice, thrice, and now nine times their size.
Workers get portable insurance, and the chance to select their own plan, while businesses can avoid the paperwork and bureaucracy that comes with running a health plan for their employees.
One of the worst things that could happen to health care in the United States would be for it to head down the road of NHS-style, bureaucratic rationing.
Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy might be the cancer cure patients have been waiting for—if only the government would get out of the way.
A new rule from HHS would allow doctors, nurses, and hospitals to opt out of medical services such as abortion that conflict with their religious beliefs.
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