Research in "Health Care Reform"

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Volunteer Care: Affordable Health Care Without Growing Government AUTHORED BY Patrick Ishmael | Visiting Research Fellow Jonathan Ingram | Vice President of Research INTRODUCTION Physicians, dentists, and other medical professionals are ready, willing, and able to donate their time to care for low-income patients. Florida’s Volunteer Health Services program is one example how innovative solutions can leverage existing medical resources...[ read more ]

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY State lawmakers across the country are looking for an escape hatch from ObamaCare. A number of health care consultants have recommended Section 1332 waivers as a cure for ObamaCare’s biggest problems, promising that states will gain unprecedented flexibility to implement innovative, state-led reforms. This is a dangerous idea. Instead of an innovative escape hatch from ObamaCare, Section 1332...[ read more ]