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Conservative Alliance Outlines 6 Deal-Killers for National Health Reform

Washington, April 1, 2009 –Medical costs are rising too fast, the quality of service is uneven and too many people have difficulty getting or keeping insurance coverage. Both left and right agree on the need to reform the American health care system. But not all agree on the best way ...
Commentary

Would the Health Reform Prescriptions Offered by President Obama and Congressional Leaders Help Patients?

Health Policy Consensus Group Statement By Thomas P. Miller, Scott Gottlieb, M.D., Robert B. Helms, Joseph Antos, Doug Badger, Robert A. Book, James C. Capretta, Greg D’Angelo, Stephen J. Entin, John C. Goodman, Linda Gorman, John R. Graham, Paul Guppy, John S. Hoff, Merrill Matthews, Amy Menefee, Robert E. Moffit, ...
Health Care

Testimony to the U.S. Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Health

Sally C. Pipes, President & CEO, Pacific Research Institute Tuesday, March 17, 2009 2322 Rayburn Building, Washington, D.C. I would like to thank the members of the Subcommittee for inviting me to testify on “Making Health Care Work for American Families: Ensuring Affordable Coverage”. I think that everyone would agree ...
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At Summit, President Obama Says He’s Open To Compromise On His Health Care Proposal, New York Times Reports

Medical News Today, March 9, 2009 President Obama on Thursday during a White House health care summit “indicated for the first time that he was open to compromise on details of the proposal he put forth in the 2008 campaign,” the New York Times reports (Pear/Stolberg, New York Times, 3/6). ...
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President Obama’s Health Care Reform Efforts To Face Challenges

California Healthline, March 2, 2009 Kaiser Network, March 2, 2009 Efforts by President Obama to reform the U.S. health care system are “likely to be fraught with detours, potholes and perils” based on initial concerns about related provisions in his fiscal year 2010 budget proposal, as well as the current ...
Business & Economics

Don’t hold drugmakers liable for competitors’ generics

The California Supreme Court’s recent decision not to review Conte vs. Wyeth leaves name-brand drug manufacturers liable for harm caused by another manufacturer’s generic version of its drug. This unprecedented and unfair extension of product liability spells bad news for innovators and consumers alike. Plaintiff Elizabeth Conte took a generic ...
Business & Economics

Calif.’s Fertility Flap and the Future of Reproductive Tech

The news of octuplets born recently near Los Angeles shocked many people, especially since the mother, Nadya Suleman, apparently already had six children and is reported to be jobless and living with her parents. Such rare stories certainly sell newspapers, but they can also lead to knee-jerk calls for overly ...
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Our View: Despite qualms of some, universal health care becoming a reality

When Juan Figueroa, president of Meriden-based Universal Health Care Foundation, introduced “SustiNet” two weeks ago the response was, for the most part, enthusiastic. And why shouldn’t it be? Foundation officials said that if implemented over a five-year timeline, SustiNet would save households and businesses a combined total of $1.75 billion ...
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Obama-Daschle “reform” will cripple American health care

Obama-Daschle “reform” will cripple American health care President-elect Barack Obama has promised sweeping changes during his first few months in office. Perhaps the most far-reaching – and troubling – of his proposals is his plan for healthcare reform. Obama has tapped former Sen. Tom Daschle to serve as both the ...
Commentary

Daschle leads Obama charge for government-run health care

Get ready for a few years of breast-pounding about greedy pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies and doctors. The campaign will culminate (we can expect) in some half-assed health care scheme cobbled together by bureaucrats that will hide its costs in taxes, discourage innovation and ultimately run up against the same laws ...
Commentary

Conservative Alliance Outlines 6 Deal-Killers for National Health Reform

Washington, April 1, 2009 –Medical costs are rising too fast, the quality of service is uneven and too many people have difficulty getting or keeping insurance coverage. Both left and right agree on the need to reform the American health care system. But not all agree on the best way ...
Commentary

Would the Health Reform Prescriptions Offered by President Obama and Congressional Leaders Help Patients?

Health Policy Consensus Group Statement By Thomas P. Miller, Scott Gottlieb, M.D., Robert B. Helms, Joseph Antos, Doug Badger, Robert A. Book, James C. Capretta, Greg D’Angelo, Stephen J. Entin, John C. Goodman, Linda Gorman, John R. Graham, Paul Guppy, John S. Hoff, Merrill Matthews, Amy Menefee, Robert E. Moffit, ...
Health Care

Testimony to the U.S. Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Health

Sally C. Pipes, President & CEO, Pacific Research Institute Tuesday, March 17, 2009 2322 Rayburn Building, Washington, D.C. I would like to thank the members of the Subcommittee for inviting me to testify on “Making Health Care Work for American Families: Ensuring Affordable Coverage”. I think that everyone would agree ...
Commentary

At Summit, President Obama Says He’s Open To Compromise On His Health Care Proposal, New York Times Reports

Medical News Today, March 9, 2009 President Obama on Thursday during a White House health care summit “indicated for the first time that he was open to compromise on details of the proposal he put forth in the 2008 campaign,” the New York Times reports (Pear/Stolberg, New York Times, 3/6). ...
Commentary

President Obama’s Health Care Reform Efforts To Face Challenges

California Healthline, March 2, 2009 Kaiser Network, March 2, 2009 Efforts by President Obama to reform the U.S. health care system are “likely to be fraught with detours, potholes and perils” based on initial concerns about related provisions in his fiscal year 2010 budget proposal, as well as the current ...
Business & Economics

Don’t hold drugmakers liable for competitors’ generics

The California Supreme Court’s recent decision not to review Conte vs. Wyeth leaves name-brand drug manufacturers liable for harm caused by another manufacturer’s generic version of its drug. This unprecedented and unfair extension of product liability spells bad news for innovators and consumers alike. Plaintiff Elizabeth Conte took a generic ...
Business & Economics

Calif.’s Fertility Flap and the Future of Reproductive Tech

The news of octuplets born recently near Los Angeles shocked many people, especially since the mother, Nadya Suleman, apparently already had six children and is reported to be jobless and living with her parents. Such rare stories certainly sell newspapers, but they can also lead to knee-jerk calls for overly ...
Commentary

Our View: Despite qualms of some, universal health care becoming a reality

When Juan Figueroa, president of Meriden-based Universal Health Care Foundation, introduced “SustiNet” two weeks ago the response was, for the most part, enthusiastic. And why shouldn’t it be? Foundation officials said that if implemented over a five-year timeline, SustiNet would save households and businesses a combined total of $1.75 billion ...
Commentary

Obama-Daschle “reform” will cripple American health care

Obama-Daschle “reform” will cripple American health care President-elect Barack Obama has promised sweeping changes during his first few months in office. Perhaps the most far-reaching – and troubling – of his proposals is his plan for healthcare reform. Obama has tapped former Sen. Tom Daschle to serve as both the ...
Commentary

Daschle leads Obama charge for government-run health care

Get ready for a few years of breast-pounding about greedy pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies and doctors. The campaign will culminate (we can expect) in some half-assed health care scheme cobbled together by bureaucrats that will hide its costs in taxes, discourage innovation and ultimately run up against the same laws ...
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