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Sally C. Pipes

Commentary

Price of compassion for cancer patients

There was a time in this country when “European-style health care” served as a cautionary tale. Today it is beginning to look like something to envy. Future generations wishing to identify the moment the shift took place should look to Dec. 16, 2010. That was the day the U.S. Food ...
Commentary

Pro & Con: Is first year of health care reform law living up to promised claims?

In pressing his case for the overhaul, the president made several lofty promises — and assured Americans it would expand access to health care while improving quality and reducing costs. Throughout the past year, Obamacare’s efforts to expand coverage have fallen flat — even as it has raised the cost ...
Commentary

Piping Up: Do Waivers Make Way For A Single-Payer Health Care System?

The Senate is currently considering a new measure that would allow states to opt out of ObamaCare three years earlier than originally planned. It’s attracted support from an unlikely source: President Obama. Why would the president endorse an effort that would seemingly undermine his signature law? Because the provision would ...
Commentary

We suffer unhealthy budgets, thanks to Obamacare

Republicans and Democrats are currently jockeying for position in the fight over this year’s federal budget. The two sides seem miles apart on spending cuts and other priorities. But this year’s budget battle is only the beginning. Thanks to the new health care law, next year’s budget debate is shaping ...
Commentary

ObamaCare Is Starting To Bleed Insurers Dry

Nearly three weeks after U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson ruled the president’s health care overhaul unconstitutional in a lawsuit brought by 26 states and the National Federation of Independent Business, confusion is plaguing the American health care system. Some states are preparing to enforce the law while others have adopted ...
Commentary

Obama misrepresents the state of U.S. health care

In his recent State of the Union speech, the president didn’t spend much time defending his controversial health reform law. But he did relate the stories of two individuals who have supposedly benefited from his overhaul of American health care. They might be the only ones, as both profited from ...
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A crummy Canadian import

A federal judge recently ruled President Obama’s health care law unconstitutional. The U.S. Supreme Court no doubt will have to settle the matter, but several of the reform package’s worst offenses have taken root already. A new “medicine cabinet tax” prevents 40 million Americans from using their Health Savings Accounts ...
Commentary

Enabling The Next Biomedical Revolution

In his State of the Union address President Obama singled out biomedical innovation as a key driver of America’s future prosperity. This sector has indeed generated tens of thousands of jobs, attracted billions in investment and created advanced medical treatments for Americans. A promising new area of biomedicine, called biologics, ...
Business & Economics

A War That Has Ended

On any trip to the United Kingdom one must allow for the element of surprise. Last month I discovered a new perspective on what we might call “women’s studies.” “Women’s aspiration to marry up, if they can, to a man who is better-educated and higher-earning, persists in most European countries,“ ...
Commentary

Obamacare Is Already Falling Apart

Last week, the House of Representatives voted by a wide margin — 245 to 189 — to repeal the president’s landmark health reform package. It’s unclear whether Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., will bring the measure up in the upper body. But even if he doesn’t, the law is ...
Commentary

Price of compassion for cancer patients

There was a time in this country when “European-style health care” served as a cautionary tale. Today it is beginning to look like something to envy. Future generations wishing to identify the moment the shift took place should look to Dec. 16, 2010. That was the day the U.S. Food ...
Commentary

Pro & Con: Is first year of health care reform law living up to promised claims?

In pressing his case for the overhaul, the president made several lofty promises — and assured Americans it would expand access to health care while improving quality and reducing costs. Throughout the past year, Obamacare’s efforts to expand coverage have fallen flat — even as it has raised the cost ...
Commentary

Piping Up: Do Waivers Make Way For A Single-Payer Health Care System?

The Senate is currently considering a new measure that would allow states to opt out of ObamaCare three years earlier than originally planned. It’s attracted support from an unlikely source: President Obama. Why would the president endorse an effort that would seemingly undermine his signature law? Because the provision would ...
Commentary

We suffer unhealthy budgets, thanks to Obamacare

Republicans and Democrats are currently jockeying for position in the fight over this year’s federal budget. The two sides seem miles apart on spending cuts and other priorities. But this year’s budget battle is only the beginning. Thanks to the new health care law, next year’s budget debate is shaping ...
Commentary

ObamaCare Is Starting To Bleed Insurers Dry

Nearly three weeks after U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson ruled the president’s health care overhaul unconstitutional in a lawsuit brought by 26 states and the National Federation of Independent Business, confusion is plaguing the American health care system. Some states are preparing to enforce the law while others have adopted ...
Commentary

Obama misrepresents the state of U.S. health care

In his recent State of the Union speech, the president didn’t spend much time defending his controversial health reform law. But he did relate the stories of two individuals who have supposedly benefited from his overhaul of American health care. They might be the only ones, as both profited from ...
Commentary

A crummy Canadian import

A federal judge recently ruled President Obama’s health care law unconstitutional. The U.S. Supreme Court no doubt will have to settle the matter, but several of the reform package’s worst offenses have taken root already. A new “medicine cabinet tax” prevents 40 million Americans from using their Health Savings Accounts ...
Commentary

Enabling The Next Biomedical Revolution

In his State of the Union address President Obama singled out biomedical innovation as a key driver of America’s future prosperity. This sector has indeed generated tens of thousands of jobs, attracted billions in investment and created advanced medical treatments for Americans. A promising new area of biomedicine, called biologics, ...
Business & Economics

A War That Has Ended

On any trip to the United Kingdom one must allow for the element of surprise. Last month I discovered a new perspective on what we might call “women’s studies.” “Women’s aspiration to marry up, if they can, to a man who is better-educated and higher-earning, persists in most European countries,“ ...
Commentary

Obamacare Is Already Falling Apart

Last week, the House of Representatives voted by a wide margin — 245 to 189 — to repeal the president’s landmark health reform package. It’s unclear whether Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., will bring the measure up in the upper body. But even if he doesn’t, the law is ...
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