In this policty report, the unsigned authors conduct this study to examine the choices private insurers will be able to offer as alternatives to the government-run program if they are given a
In this article, authors John C. Goodman and Dorman E.
In this policy analysis, the authors write that we should expect a heated battle in Congress. They assert that we should,
The author notes the funding crsis underway in Washington should there be a health care plan passed that inches the country toward greater national involvement in health care.
In this document, the author writes that we should fix medicare, not close the gaps in portability of insurance.
In summary, this article discusses the lengthy delay of the drug approval process within the U.S.
In this brief analysis, the author praises the creation of MSA's for consumers. However, the program needs to be bolstered, and extended to such areas as medicaide and medicare.
This article contains the Executive Summary written by Greg Scabdken, in which he discusses Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs) and the restrictive regulations imposed upon them by lawmakers, thereby i
In this document, Merrill Matthews argues that it is no surprise Medicare is going bankrupt.
In this policy analysis, Medical savings accounts are examined. Many people believe that Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs) and managed care are mutually exclusive.