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Rx for healthcare: Do no harm

Caroline, an American, met her soul-mate in graduate school. After she and her beloved earned their degrees, they married and decided to begin their life together in her husband’s native Germany. That was last year. Caroline has dealt, all her life, with a condition known as interstitial cystitis. An extremely ...
Commentary

Rx: Assess need; research; plan

Rafael home-schools his young children while his wife earns their single income as a speech therapist. Their children are all beautiful with straight black hair and huge dark eyes that flash with intelligence. At church, the littlest, Clare, sings the hymns with such devotion she is a distraction to adults ...
Business & Economics

How Texas Cured Its Doctor Shortage and Became a Model for Healthcare Reform

Bio-Medicine.org, November 12, 2008 Chiropractic Products, November 12, 2008 Nurse Week, November 12, 2008 Health Made Easy, November 10, 2008 America is facing a medical liability crisis which has resulted in decreased patient access to healthcare and rising health costs. The Pacific Research Institute (a not for profit, nonpartisan organization), ...
California

California Governor Plans to Wield Veto Pen

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), November 1, 2008 California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is expected to veto several bills passed by the state legislature, even though the measures are similar to a sweeping health care plan he proposed but failed to get through the General Assembly earlier this year (“California ...
Commentary

Measure establishes rights

On November 4, Arizonans have the opportunity to make a key decision about their rights. Proposition 101, the Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act, secures your right to spend your money on the health care of your choice. It comes as no surprise that some people, notably government types, ...
Health Care

KQED – Health Dialogues: Health Care for All?

Health Dialogues: Health Care for All? With the 2008 presidential election just around the corner, it’s time to review the progress of universal health care. What do competing Democratic and Republican plans really mean? And what’s happening with Governor Schwarzenegger’s plan for universal health care coverage at the state level? ...
Health Care

Is The Government Responsible For Health Care?

Listen: The Edited Broadcast of the Debate download NPR.org, September 24, 2008 · It’s a debate that has raged on and off in the United States for more than a century now, with no clear resolution in sight: whether to guarantee healthcare for every American. During the past 100 years, ...
Commentary

Audience Votes Health Coverage Should Be Government’s Responsibility in First Intelligence Squared U.S. Debate of the Season

NEW YORK, NY, Sep 17, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) — Intelligence Squared U.S., the Oxford style debate series sponsored by The Rosenkranz Foundation, announced the results of the first debate of its Fall 2008 season on the motion, “Universal health coverage should be the federal government’s responsibility.” A sold ...
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Questions on healthcare reform

Healthcare reform will be front-and-center in the presidential debates. It’s a topic that’s full of complicated issues, so it can be hard to cut through all the rhetoric and figure out exactly what each candidate is proposing. So here’s the skinny on five questions that you’ll likely hear many times ...
Health Care

Intelligence Squared Debate: Is The Government Responsible For Health Care?

Below are video clips of the Intelligence Squared U.S. debate “Is The Government Responsible For Health Care?” on September 16, 2008 at Rockefeller University in New York City. Universal Healthcare Debate 1: Introduction (1/12) Universal Healthcare Debate 5: Sally C. Pipes (5/12)
Commentary

Rx for healthcare: Do no harm

Caroline, an American, met her soul-mate in graduate school. After she and her beloved earned their degrees, they married and decided to begin their life together in her husband’s native Germany. That was last year. Caroline has dealt, all her life, with a condition known as interstitial cystitis. An extremely ...
Commentary

Rx: Assess need; research; plan

Rafael home-schools his young children while his wife earns their single income as a speech therapist. Their children are all beautiful with straight black hair and huge dark eyes that flash with intelligence. At church, the littlest, Clare, sings the hymns with such devotion she is a distraction to adults ...
Business & Economics

How Texas Cured Its Doctor Shortage and Became a Model for Healthcare Reform

Bio-Medicine.org, November 12, 2008 Chiropractic Products, November 12, 2008 Nurse Week, November 12, 2008 Health Made Easy, November 10, 2008 America is facing a medical liability crisis which has resulted in decreased patient access to healthcare and rising health costs. The Pacific Research Institute (a not for profit, nonpartisan organization), ...
California

California Governor Plans to Wield Veto Pen

Health Care News (Heartland Institute), November 1, 2008 California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is expected to veto several bills passed by the state legislature, even though the measures are similar to a sweeping health care plan he proposed but failed to get through the General Assembly earlier this year (“California ...
Commentary

Measure establishes rights

On November 4, Arizonans have the opportunity to make a key decision about their rights. Proposition 101, the Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act, secures your right to spend your money on the health care of your choice. It comes as no surprise that some people, notably government types, ...
Health Care

KQED – Health Dialogues: Health Care for All?

Health Dialogues: Health Care for All? With the 2008 presidential election just around the corner, it’s time to review the progress of universal health care. What do competing Democratic and Republican plans really mean? And what’s happening with Governor Schwarzenegger’s plan for universal health care coverage at the state level? ...
Health Care

Is The Government Responsible For Health Care?

Listen: The Edited Broadcast of the Debate download NPR.org, September 24, 2008 · It’s a debate that has raged on and off in the United States for more than a century now, with no clear resolution in sight: whether to guarantee healthcare for every American. During the past 100 years, ...
Commentary

Audience Votes Health Coverage Should Be Government’s Responsibility in First Intelligence Squared U.S. Debate of the Season

NEW YORK, NY, Sep 17, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) — Intelligence Squared U.S., the Oxford style debate series sponsored by The Rosenkranz Foundation, announced the results of the first debate of its Fall 2008 season on the motion, “Universal health coverage should be the federal government’s responsibility.” A sold ...
Commentary

Questions on healthcare reform

Healthcare reform will be front-and-center in the presidential debates. It’s a topic that’s full of complicated issues, so it can be hard to cut through all the rhetoric and figure out exactly what each candidate is proposing. So here’s the skinny on five questions that you’ll likely hear many times ...
Health Care

Intelligence Squared Debate: Is The Government Responsible For Health Care?

Below are video clips of the Intelligence Squared U.S. debate “Is The Government Responsible For Health Care?” on September 16, 2008 at Rockefeller University in New York City. Universal Healthcare Debate 1: Introduction (1/12) Universal Healthcare Debate 5: Sally C. Pipes (5/12)
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