By Grace-Marie Turner The House of Representatives plans to vote on several health reform bills this week, and two deserve particular attention. First, religious liberty is once again in the forefront with a bill that would allow Christian Scientists an…
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Conservatives Unite Around Health Reform Ideas March 10, 2014 Commentary
Conservative proposals may differ in the specifics but they all share common themes.
Government Bureaucracy Will Stifle All March 6, 2014 Commentary
By Grace-Marie Turner The growing bureaucratization of medicine presents a serious threat to physicians’ ability to provide quality patient care. Whether through big government or mega hospital systems, innovation and detailed attention to the needs of individual patients will suffer.…
ICD-10 will be a bureaucratic nightmare for physician practices already swamped with ObamaCare compliance.
Florida Charts a Path for Medicaid Reform March 4, 2014 Commentary
By Tyler Hartsfield and Grace-Marie Turner The Florida Legislature continues to receive pressure to accept ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion, which would offer Florida about $51 billion in federal funds over ten years and force an additional 1.1 million Floridians into Medicaid…