Heritage Foundation

Seven Reasons to Reform Food Stamps

T. Elliot Gaiser
July 4, 2013

This blog post in the Foundry, the author contends that, 

Double Coverage: How It Drives Up Medicare Costs for Patients and Taxpayers

Robert E. Moffit
June 4, 2013

In this Backgrounder, the author writes that traditional Medicare’s cost-sharing structure has remained virtually unchanged since 1965, and seniors face unlimited out-of-pocket costs.

Medicare’s Outdated Structure—and the Urgent Need for Reform

Robert E. Moffit, Ph.D. and Alyene Senger
March 22, 2013

In this Backgrounder, the authors write that, 

Medicare Savings: 5 Steps to a Down Payment on Structural Reform

Robert E. Moffit, Ph.D. and Rea S. Hederman, Jr.
April 11, 2013

In this Issue Brief for Heritage, the authors contend that Medicare savings embodied in President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2014 budget proposal—mostly from provider payment reductions—are ina

Medicare Drugs: Why Congress Should Reject Government Price Fixing

Robert E. Moffit
March 18, 2013

In this Issue Brief for Heritage, Moffit writes that, 

The Obama Medicare Agenda: Why Seniors Will Fare Worse

Robert E. Moffit, Ph.D. and Alyene Senger
May 23, 2013

In this Backgrounder for Heritage, the authors contend that seniors are facing higher Medicare costs, and that over the next five years, current law, as amended by the Patient Protection and A

Obamacare: Impact on Doctors

Robert E. Moffit
May 11, 2010

In this Web Memo from Heritage, Moffit writes that 

Obamacare: Impact on Doctors

Robert E. Moffit
May 11, 2010

In this Web Memo from Heritage, Miffitt writes that 

The Medicare Bureaucracy: Ready To Disrupt Seniors’ Drug Coverage

Kathryn Nix
September 1, 2010

In this blog post for the Foundry, Nix writes that we are not going to be able to keep our health plan(s).  

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Medicare Part "D" For "Disaster"

Andrew M. Grossman
February 10, 2006

In this article that was also distributed by Knight-Ridder, Grossman writes that,

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