Millions of Americans suffer from high cholesterol. Unfortunately, they can't do much about it on their own. This means that people who could have benefited by startin
The 2004 Medicare and Social Security Trustees Reports were released on March 23. The cost estimates for Medicare's new prescription drug benefit and the worsening financial posit
In an election-year rush to satisfy impatient voters, politicians of both parties are endorsing ill-considered schemes to add a prescription drug benefit to Medicare. While the pr
In this brief analysis, John Hoff argues that as everyone “knows,” the Patients’ Bill of Rights would allow members of Health Maintenance Organizations to sue their plans.
In this Policy Fax, former nurse and head of the Citizens' Council on Health Care, argues that while many want the government to solve their dissatisfaction with HMO care, it would be a wrongheaded
In part two of this report that begins on page 17, author Greg Scandlen writes;
In tis policy document, the author argues that for more than 50 years, America has relied on employers as the primary source of health insurance coverage. For the most part, this has been
In this article which originally appeared in the Medical Sentinel, the author writes that,
In this article, authors John Goodman and Sean Tuffnell discuss the need to reform Medicare and prescription drug costs the majority of our seniors face on a monthly basis. They write;
In this brief analysis, John Goodman asserts that almost everyone agrees seniors need health coverage.