Chris Jacobs, policy director of America Next, discusses the think tank’s market-based proposal for what Congress should pass to replace Obamacare. The key elements of the America Next plan are simplified tax credits that can be used to purchase coverage, and elimination of federal mandated benefits that drive up health insurance premiums.
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Dr. Chad Mathis joins The Heartland Institute to discuss his campaign for Congress in the state of Alabama. Mathis is also a surgeon, so he has a lot to speak of in regards to Obamacare; an issue that is increasingly concerning among the citizens of Alabama.
That is the effect of an empowered consumer. Ultimately physicians will respond to the demands of their patients and as more of us are paying cash for services, we will insist on cost considerations far beyond what any third party payer could do.
Here is the reform plan to repeal AND REPLACE Obamacare that the Republicans should have long ago drafted, introduced and passed through the House of Representatives. Expand the tax preference now provided to employer provided health insurance to everyone through a universal, refundable tax credit for the purchase of health insurance equal roughly to $2,500 per person, $8,000 per family.
he Democrats are openly supporting President Obama’s seizure of the power to rule by decree. The question is, will the voters support this Democrat suspension of democracy and of the rule of law?
The short answer is … no. Our Benjamin Domenech explained on Glenn Beck’s The Blaze TV the other day how you need to find a primary-care physician — and a young[…]
[First published Nov. 15 at Ricochet.] Republican governors met in Las Vegas to sort out where they go from here on health care policy. They all face two key decisions post-election:[…]
Of all the absurd memes repeated by the policy-bereft media these days, the idea that Republicans have no plan to replace Obamacare is one of the most irritatingly false. Here’s the[…]
[Since Dr. John Goodman is giving a talk about his new book today in Heartland’s Chicago offices, this is a good time to post Heartland Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara‘s review[…]
A recent report from Kaiser Health News dives into frequently asked questions about health savings accounts (HSAs). The report suggests that HSAs may be “problematic for low-income families.” Therefore, The[…]
The Family and Retirement Health Investment Act of 2011, introduced by Rep. Erik Paulsen and Sen. Orin Hatch, is a key piece of legislation combating a few of the almost[…]