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Commentary

PhRMA’s New Marketing Code

Critics have accused the pharmaceutical industry of inappropriate marketing practices that inflate health-costs through inappropriate physician detailing that promotes new, branded medicines to the detriment of cheaper generics. High profile articles and editorials at leading medical journals, including The New England Journal of Medicine, and some student medical societies have ...
Business & Economics

Universal Malpractice

Although Americas are hearing political elites promising to end their health care woes with universal coverage, the government that would hand out this treatment does not have a stellar record of delivering the services it already offers. In the U.S. Index of Health Ownership, John R. Graham argues that “Between ...
Commentary

Madness of Medi-Cal Dependency; Follies of Fiscal Federalism

California’s politicians have run our state into a $17 billion deficit. For months, the governor and legislature have been wrangling over how they’ll soak us to fill the hole. Although there’s little hope that they’ll shrink government spending in the long run, they had to stop the bleeding in the ...
Commentary

Kids’ Obesity Rates Leveling Off

Weight Loss Tips Blog, August 27, 2008 Childhood obesity rates in the United States have leveled off after decades of increases, according to a study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Analysts say the study, which found no significant increases in the prevalence of high body ...
Commentary

Multilingual Mandate Madness

By July 1, California health plans had to complete a key phase in their compliance with SB-853, which compels them to provide translation services in whatever languages its members demand. California is still in the United States, so I’ll go out on a limb and guess that the majority of ...
Commentary

It’s the Outcomes, Silly

Well-meaning but ignorant folks from the AMA to AARP [ed: sorry, couldn’t find any Z org’s that fit the bill] have long touted gummint-run healthcare, a la Medicare, as the ideal solution to a system they consider “broken.” Nationalized health care, they argue, provides the most fair and efficient means ...
Commentary

‘RomneyCare’ should keep Mitt off McCain ticket

Scripps News Service, August 26, 2008 Seattle Post-Intelligencer, August 26, 2008 Socialized Medicine Blog (Australia), September 2, 2008 Just as most folks maintain a healthy distance from those with contagious diseases, John McCain would be wise to keep Willard Mitt Romney at arm’s length. Choosing him for vice president would ...
Commentary

The governor’s war on health insurance choice

Ever since Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ABX1 1 stumbled just short of the finish line last January, he and his Democratic allies in the Legislature have been looking to move bits and pieces of the failed health reform plan forward. Amazingly, one that he favors is sponsored by the legislator who ...
Commentary

The Case Against Socialized Medicine

Powerline (MN), August 25, 2008 Nissan Forums/Infiniti Forums, August 25, 2008 Health care reform may have receded slightly as a campaign issue this year, as focus shifts to even more immediate concerns like the cost of filling our cars with gas. Although a bad employment picture can cost some Americans ...
Commentary

Is the grass greener with socialized medicine?

With Democrats convinced 2008 is their year, the campaign trail is awash with promises to make universal health care a reality by the end of the next president’s first term. The basic argument of those who support a government takeover of the health care system is familiar. As New York ...
Commentary

PhRMA’s New Marketing Code

Critics have accused the pharmaceutical industry of inappropriate marketing practices that inflate health-costs through inappropriate physician detailing that promotes new, branded medicines to the detriment of cheaper generics. High profile articles and editorials at leading medical journals, including The New England Journal of Medicine, and some student medical societies have ...
Business & Economics

Universal Malpractice

Although Americas are hearing political elites promising to end their health care woes with universal coverage, the government that would hand out this treatment does not have a stellar record of delivering the services it already offers. In the U.S. Index of Health Ownership, John R. Graham argues that “Between ...
Commentary

Madness of Medi-Cal Dependency; Follies of Fiscal Federalism

California’s politicians have run our state into a $17 billion deficit. For months, the governor and legislature have been wrangling over how they’ll soak us to fill the hole. Although there’s little hope that they’ll shrink government spending in the long run, they had to stop the bleeding in the ...
Commentary

Kids’ Obesity Rates Leveling Off

Weight Loss Tips Blog, August 27, 2008 Childhood obesity rates in the United States have leveled off after decades of increases, according to a study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Analysts say the study, which found no significant increases in the prevalence of high body ...
Commentary

Multilingual Mandate Madness

By July 1, California health plans had to complete a key phase in their compliance with SB-853, which compels them to provide translation services in whatever languages its members demand. California is still in the United States, so I’ll go out on a limb and guess that the majority of ...
Commentary

It’s the Outcomes, Silly

Well-meaning but ignorant folks from the AMA to AARP [ed: sorry, couldn’t find any Z org’s that fit the bill] have long touted gummint-run healthcare, a la Medicare, as the ideal solution to a system they consider “broken.” Nationalized health care, they argue, provides the most fair and efficient means ...
Commentary

‘RomneyCare’ should keep Mitt off McCain ticket

Scripps News Service, August 26, 2008 Seattle Post-Intelligencer, August 26, 2008 Socialized Medicine Blog (Australia), September 2, 2008 Just as most folks maintain a healthy distance from those with contagious diseases, John McCain would be wise to keep Willard Mitt Romney at arm’s length. Choosing him for vice president would ...
Commentary

The governor’s war on health insurance choice

Ever since Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ABX1 1 stumbled just short of the finish line last January, he and his Democratic allies in the Legislature have been looking to move bits and pieces of the failed health reform plan forward. Amazingly, one that he favors is sponsored by the legislator who ...
Commentary

The Case Against Socialized Medicine

Powerline (MN), August 25, 2008 Nissan Forums/Infiniti Forums, August 25, 2008 Health care reform may have receded slightly as a campaign issue this year, as focus shifts to even more immediate concerns like the cost of filling our cars with gas. Although a bad employment picture can cost some Americans ...
Commentary

Is the grass greener with socialized medicine?

With Democrats convinced 2008 is their year, the campaign trail is awash with promises to make universal health care a reality by the end of the next president’s first term. The basic argument of those who support a government takeover of the health care system is familiar. As New York ...
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