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Gregory A. Freeman, Author at Pacific Research Institute

Gregory A. Freeman

Health Care

Sally Pipes in Health Leaders Media Article on Single-Payer in the States

Single Payer Getting More Attention at State Level, Not Going Away By Gregory A. Freeman States are testing the waters with Medicare-for-all type plans while waiting for federal solutions. The cost of single-payer plans could be the biggest hurdle. “Medicare for all” is becoming a rallying cry in state elections, ...
Drug Pricing

Report: 340B Drug Program Rife with Abuse, Profiteering

A program designed to help poor people afford prescription drugs is being used by hospitals to generate easy profits, according to a Pacific Research Institute report. A well-intended program designed to help poor people obtain prescription drugs is riddled with abuse and creates a perverse incentive for healthcare providers to ...
Commentary

Withholding CSR Funds Could Push More Health Plans Out

If President Trump follows through with his suggestion that he might withhold subsidy payments to insurers as a way to force Democrats to the negotiating table, the move might have little effect on his political opponents but push struggling health plans out of the ACA marketplace. The president indicated in ...
Commentary

Broker: Interstate Sales Of Health Plans? Forget About It.

President Trump’s pick for HHS secretary says consumers would benefit if health insurance policies could be sold across state lines. At least one broker says that position misses a key fact of selling health insurance. The plan outlined for reforming the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act by President Trump’s ...
Health Care

Sally Pipes in Health Leaders Media Article on Single-Payer in the States

Single Payer Getting More Attention at State Level, Not Going Away By Gregory A. Freeman States are testing the waters with Medicare-for-all type plans while waiting for federal solutions. The cost of single-payer plans could be the biggest hurdle. “Medicare for all” is becoming a rallying cry in state elections, ...
Drug Pricing

Report: 340B Drug Program Rife with Abuse, Profiteering

A program designed to help poor people afford prescription drugs is being used by hospitals to generate easy profits, according to a Pacific Research Institute report. A well-intended program designed to help poor people obtain prescription drugs is riddled with abuse and creates a perverse incentive for healthcare providers to ...
Commentary

Withholding CSR Funds Could Push More Health Plans Out

If President Trump follows through with his suggestion that he might withhold subsidy payments to insurers as a way to force Democrats to the negotiating table, the move might have little effect on his political opponents but push struggling health plans out of the ACA marketplace. The president indicated in ...
Commentary

Broker: Interstate Sales Of Health Plans? Forget About It.

President Trump’s pick for HHS secretary says consumers would benefit if health insurance policies could be sold across state lines. At least one broker says that position misses a key fact of selling health insurance. The plan outlined for reforming the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act by President Trump’s ...
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