This article by Robert Moffir discusses ways that the Federal government can improve in their health care coverage for their employees. He writes;
With a last-minute agreement between President Bush and Congressman Charles Norwood (R-GA), one of the lead sponsors of the patients bill of rights legislation, the House of Representat
Members of Congress and representatives of federal employee organizations are trying to get out from under the “patients bill of rights” legislation.
In this Backgrounder, the authors write that the arcane character and complexity of Medicare’s financing formulas as well as the federal budget make it easy for opponents of the Pres
In this article, the authors' review and discuss various ways to attract private providers to participate in reforming the Medicare system.
In this article, the authors' discuss single-payer health insurance and it's failings. James Frouge begins by stating,
In this article, author James Frogue explains why the assumption that price controls on prescription drugs for senior citizens and medicare beneficiaries in an attempt to lower drug prices without
In this Backgrounder, the author notes that Senators John Breaux (D-LA) and Bill Frist (RTN) have introduced two Medicare reform bills that are refreshing examples of bipartisanship on&nb
States that are considering ways to improve seniors' access to prescription drugs should not be quick to follow Vermont's lead.
In this Heritage Foundation Backgrounder, the author examines a number of legislative proposals on Capitol Hill and how they would provide uninsured workers with a tax credit to help