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Read Sally Pipes' latest at Forbes

There’s Nothing Crazy About Donald Trump’s Pledge To Replace Obamacare

Former President Donald Trump made waves late last month when he announced that he was “seriously looking” at replacing Obamacare if elected to a second term. Democrats’ reaction to this announcement was unsurprising. President Joe Biden leapt into action to defend his former boss’s signature healthcare law, claiming that Trump’s plan would “rip away ...
Drug Innovation

Watch Wayne Winegarden Discuss President Biden’s Plan to Seize Drug Patents on NTD News

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Elizabeth Warren talks turkey about Obamacare’s perverse incentives

Two days before Thanksgiving, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)  sent a letter  with her colleague Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN) asking the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to investigate the impact of Obamacare’s medical loss ratio rules on insurer consolidation. It’s a striking, if tacit, admission of the law’s flaws by one of the nation’s leading ...
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Will Trump’s Hospital Price Transparency Rule Resurge?

One of President Donald J. Trump’s greatest health-policy coups during his term in office came in 2019. His executive order directed hospitals to disclose the prices of a range of services and treatments. The logic behind the order was straightforward. In order for healthcare markets to function efficiently, patients need ready access ...
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Reforming PBM Practices Would Improve The Pharmacy Market

Patients, the ultimate healthcare arbiter, continue to bear the costs from the perverse incentives driving the pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) market. Because of these disincentives patients pay excessive out-of-pocket costs. Just as troubling, the misaligned incentives create impediments that dictate where patients can fill their prescriptions and which prescriptions they can ...
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CAPITAL IDEAS: A 2024 Healthcare Reform Agenda for Achieving Affordable, Accessible, High Quality Care

The following is text of a speech given by PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy Sally C. Pipes to the BYU chapter of the Adam Smith Society. My charge today is to outline a policy reform agenda that will make affordable, accessible, and high-quality ...
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Read latest about push for single-payer

Doctors lobbying for Medicare for All should be careful what they wish for

Single-payer health care is what it sounds like — an insurance program where the government is the only insurer. Private insurance would be banned. And the government would pay health-care providers whatever it deemed appropriate and affordable. Read the full article at the New York Post
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Read Sally Pipes' latest at Forbes

A Long-Term Solution To America’s Long-Term Care Crisis

The growing need for long-term care among older adults is already sapping our economy, as working adults take time off to care for loved ones. It also saps the mental health of middle-aged people, who often find themselves struggling to balance competing needs from children, parents, and their jobs. Read ...
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Read Sally Pipes' latest at Newsmax

Is US Uninsured Crisis a Myth?

The report estimates that 24.3 million Americans lack health insurance in 2023, which amounts to just over 7% of the country. That might seem like an uncomfortably large figure. But consider another crucial fact. The overwhelming majority of uninsured residents — over 20 million — either have access to some ...
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Giving thanks for Medicare Advantage

Many seniors may be leaning toward selecting Medicare Advantage plans, and for good reason. The plans frequently deliver superior care at a lower cost than traditional Medicare. Read the full article at Washington Examiner . . .
Commentary

Read Sally Pipes' latest at Forbes

There’s Nothing Crazy About Donald Trump’s Pledge To Replace Obamacare

Former President Donald Trump made waves late last month when he announced that he was “seriously looking” at replacing Obamacare if elected to a second term. Democrats’ reaction to this announcement was unsurprising. President Joe Biden leapt into action to defend his former boss’s signature healthcare law, claiming that Trump’s plan would “rip away ...
Drug Innovation

Watch Wayne Winegarden Discuss President Biden’s Plan to Seize Drug Patents on NTD News

Commentary

Elizabeth Warren talks turkey about Obamacare’s perverse incentives

Two days before Thanksgiving, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)  sent a letter  with her colleague Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN) asking the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to investigate the impact of Obamacare’s medical loss ratio rules on insurer consolidation. It’s a striking, if tacit, admission of the law’s flaws by one of the nation’s leading ...
Commentary

Will Trump’s Hospital Price Transparency Rule Resurge?

One of President Donald J. Trump’s greatest health-policy coups during his term in office came in 2019. His executive order directed hospitals to disclose the prices of a range of services and treatments. The logic behind the order was straightforward. In order for healthcare markets to function efficiently, patients need ready access ...
Commentary

Reforming PBM Practices Would Improve The Pharmacy Market

Patients, the ultimate healthcare arbiter, continue to bear the costs from the perverse incentives driving the pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) market. Because of these disincentives patients pay excessive out-of-pocket costs. Just as troubling, the misaligned incentives create impediments that dictate where patients can fill their prescriptions and which prescriptions they can ...
Blog

CAPITAL IDEAS: A 2024 Healthcare Reform Agenda for Achieving Affordable, Accessible, High Quality Care

The following is text of a speech given by PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy Sally C. Pipes to the BYU chapter of the Adam Smith Society. My charge today is to outline a policy reform agenda that will make affordable, accessible, and high-quality ...
Commentary

Read latest about push for single-payer

Doctors lobbying for Medicare for All should be careful what they wish for

Single-payer health care is what it sounds like — an insurance program where the government is the only insurer. Private insurance would be banned. And the government would pay health-care providers whatever it deemed appropriate and affordable. Read the full article at the New York Post
Commentary

Read Sally Pipes' latest at Forbes

A Long-Term Solution To America’s Long-Term Care Crisis

The growing need for long-term care among older adults is already sapping our economy, as working adults take time off to care for loved ones. It also saps the mental health of middle-aged people, who often find themselves struggling to balance competing needs from children, parents, and their jobs. Read ...
Commentary

Read Sally Pipes' latest at Newsmax

Is US Uninsured Crisis a Myth?

The report estimates that 24.3 million Americans lack health insurance in 2023, which amounts to just over 7% of the country. That might seem like an uncomfortably large figure. But consider another crucial fact. The overwhelming majority of uninsured residents — over 20 million — either have access to some ...
Commentary

Giving thanks for Medicare Advantage

Many seniors may be leaning toward selecting Medicare Advantage plans, and for good reason. The plans frequently deliver superior care at a lower cost than traditional Medicare. Read the full article at Washington Examiner . . .
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