Sen. Patrick Leahy and five of his Democratic colleagues have repeatedly stoked fears that a conservative Supreme Court will destroy the Obama Affordable Care Act of 2010. This is rank partisan fearmongering.
Make no mistake: No matter how their ideas are packaged, the left’s ultimate goal is Medicare for All—legislation sponsored by a majority of House Democrats that is full of empty promises and that would outlaw your existing coverage and put you on a government-run plan.
States that enforced certificate of need (CON) laws during coronavirus shutdowns increased mortality rates for COVID-19 patients and others, a new assessment of state laws has found.
Presidential advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci today told Vermont press and officials he would not hesitate to take a Covid-19 vaccine approved by the U.S. Federal Drug Administration (FDA).
Noticeably absent from the Democrats’ latest policy platform: any mention of “Medicare for All.” But don’t be fooled. Efforts to push government-run health care are still a real threat.
User review platform Yelp is reporting that about 300 businesses in New Hampshire shuttered their doors permanently since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Also, a New Hampshire researcher warns that the spike in unemployment is leading to a rise in those lacking health insurance.
Seema Verma, administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, noted significant savings for Medicare Part D and for Medicare Advantage, as well as for Medicaid, through free market measures. Here are three key examples.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, hospitals throughout New Hampshire have had to adjust operations and procedures in order to prioritize patients stricken with the coronavirus and maintain the health and safety of front line workers.
More than 5 million people lost their health insurance coverage over the past several months because of COVID-19 restrictions as costs for lifesaving medications and treatments for cancer also skyrocketed.
Your U.S. coronary artery bypass graft operation will cost $123,000 on average. Now look at Surgery Center of Oklahoma, which pioneered the bundled price. You can get your CABG done there by experts for $12,000.
Vermont is learning that starting and stopping the economy is anything but easy. The most glaring issue is that when the economy does come back, many organizations — most specifically smaller health care providers — will have gone extinct.