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Sally Pipes’ comments on the return of CA universal healthcare proposal in The Center Square

California proposal for universal healthcare bans private care, doubles spending By Kenneth Schrupp Healthcare experts say this measure would increase doctor wait times, shortages and strikes in a state public healthcare system already suffering from too few doctors. In Canada, where private coverage is outlawed, the average wait time from ...
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Americans Want Value for Healthcare, Not Another Welfare Plan

Obamacare’s insurance marketplaces are doing a brisk business. According to federal data released last month, a record 21.3 million Americans signed up for an exchange plan during the 2024 open enrollment season. Nearly 5 million were new customers. “Numbers do not lie,” said Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ...
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This Policy Helped Make COVID Vaccines Possible. It Could Soon Disappear.

If you’re among the 81% of Americans who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, you probably remember your first dose. Perhaps you snapped a selfie on your way out of the vaccine clinic. California Sen. Alex Padilla took things a step further and shared a video on Facebook encouraging his constituents to get the jab. ...
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Read the latest on prescription drug pricing

Bernie’s Anti-Pharma Crusade Is Not In Patients’ Interests

Next week, the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee will convene to hear testimony from the CEOs of Johnson & Johnson, Merck, and Bristol Myers Squibb on the prices of their drugs. The executives agreed to testify after the committee’s chair, Vermont socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., threatened to ...
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Read the latest on Florida's drug importation plan

Fla’s Drug Importation Plan Only Creates More Problems

The logic behind Florida’s new drug-importation program, which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration formally approved earlier this month, might seem straightforward. Since prescription drugs cost less in Canada, purchasing medicines in bulk from across our northern border should deliver significant savings. As Florida will soon discover, however, the devil is ...
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Read the latest on short-term health plans

If he’s elected, short-term health plans belong on Trump’s to-do list

It appears that former President Donald Trump has all but locked up the Republican presidential nomination after winning the New Hampshire primary. He has long vowed that, if elected, he will scrap and replace the Affordable Care Act. “We’re going to fight for much better healthcare than Obamacare,” he pledged while campaigning in Iowa earlier ...
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Read the latest on uninsured Americans

There’s more to the uninsured rate than meets the eye

That may seem alarming. But a closer look at the data reveals that many are uninsured by choice. Affordable coverage is available to them. They’ve opted not to take it. And that’s largely the result of bad healthcare policy. Roughly two-thirds of uninsured Americans went without coverage in 2022 because ...
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Read Sally Pipes' latest at Newsmax

A Look at UK Puts U.S. Doctors ‘Plight’ in Perspective

Doctors are pleading with Congress to reverse the 3.4% cut in Medicare payments that took effect this month. In a recent interview, the head of the American Medical Association, Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, called the policy “unconscionable,” adding that “physicians continue to struggle.” If American physicians think they have it rough, they ...
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Read Sally Pipes' latest at Forbes

Florida’s Drug Importation Plan Is A Bipartisan Blunder

It’s not every day that President Joe Biden and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis agree. But that’s exactly what happened this month, when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration green-lit Florida’s request to import certain prescription drugs from Canada, where they’re cheaper. “Canada has the same drugs. They’re like 25 cents on the ...
Commentary

Read how the demand for long-term healthcare will grow

Medicaid should not be for middle class

America is aging. Between now and 2050, the number of people older than 64 will increase by more than half, to 86 million. Nineteen million of those seniors will be older than 84. That means demand for long-term care will grow. Residential care with nursing coverage can cost more than $100,000 ...
Featured

Sally Pipes’ comments on the return of CA universal healthcare proposal in The Center Square

California proposal for universal healthcare bans private care, doubles spending By Kenneth Schrupp Healthcare experts say this measure would increase doctor wait times, shortages and strikes in a state public healthcare system already suffering from too few doctors. In Canada, where private coverage is outlawed, the average wait time from ...
Commentary

Americans Want Value for Healthcare, Not Another Welfare Plan

Obamacare’s insurance marketplaces are doing a brisk business. According to federal data released last month, a record 21.3 million Americans signed up for an exchange plan during the 2024 open enrollment season. Nearly 5 million were new customers. “Numbers do not lie,” said Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ...
Commentary

This Policy Helped Make COVID Vaccines Possible. It Could Soon Disappear.

If you’re among the 81% of Americans who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, you probably remember your first dose. Perhaps you snapped a selfie on your way out of the vaccine clinic. California Sen. Alex Padilla took things a step further and shared a video on Facebook encouraging his constituents to get the jab. ...
Commentary

Read the latest on prescription drug pricing

Bernie’s Anti-Pharma Crusade Is Not In Patients’ Interests

Next week, the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee will convene to hear testimony from the CEOs of Johnson & Johnson, Merck, and Bristol Myers Squibb on the prices of their drugs. The executives agreed to testify after the committee’s chair, Vermont socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., threatened to ...
Commentary

Read the latest on Florida's drug importation plan

Fla’s Drug Importation Plan Only Creates More Problems

The logic behind Florida’s new drug-importation program, which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration formally approved earlier this month, might seem straightforward. Since prescription drugs cost less in Canada, purchasing medicines in bulk from across our northern border should deliver significant savings. As Florida will soon discover, however, the devil is ...
Commentary

Read the latest on short-term health plans

If he’s elected, short-term health plans belong on Trump’s to-do list

It appears that former President Donald Trump has all but locked up the Republican presidential nomination after winning the New Hampshire primary. He has long vowed that, if elected, he will scrap and replace the Affordable Care Act. “We’re going to fight for much better healthcare than Obamacare,” he pledged while campaigning in Iowa earlier ...
Commentary

Read the latest on uninsured Americans

There’s more to the uninsured rate than meets the eye

That may seem alarming. But a closer look at the data reveals that many are uninsured by choice. Affordable coverage is available to them. They’ve opted not to take it. And that’s largely the result of bad healthcare policy. Roughly two-thirds of uninsured Americans went without coverage in 2022 because ...
Commentary

Read Sally Pipes' latest at Newsmax

A Look at UK Puts U.S. Doctors ‘Plight’ in Perspective

Doctors are pleading with Congress to reverse the 3.4% cut in Medicare payments that took effect this month. In a recent interview, the head of the American Medical Association, Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, called the policy “unconscionable,” adding that “physicians continue to struggle.” If American physicians think they have it rough, they ...
Commentary

Read Sally Pipes' latest at Forbes

Florida’s Drug Importation Plan Is A Bipartisan Blunder

It’s not every day that President Joe Biden and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis agree. But that’s exactly what happened this month, when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration green-lit Florida’s request to import certain prescription drugs from Canada, where they’re cheaper. “Canada has the same drugs. They’re like 25 cents on the ...
Commentary

Read how the demand for long-term healthcare will grow

Medicaid should not be for middle class

America is aging. Between now and 2050, the number of people older than 64 will increase by more than half, to 86 million. Nineteen million of those seniors will be older than 84. That means demand for long-term care will grow. Residential care with nursing coverage can cost more than $100,000 ...
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