Obamacare Will Not Prevent Hospitals from Overcharging

John R. Graham Conservative Outfitters 12/27/2013

In two recent posts I discussed out-of-control prices for hospital services, especially emergency-room care. In the first, I argued that sky-high hospital prices are the result of government interference. In the second, I cheered the fact that consumer-driven health plans are inducing hospitals (ever so gradually) to be more […]

Pajama Boy Nation

Victor Davis Hanson Works and Days PJ Media 12/22/2013

 

 

 

 

Will Kane of High Noon Pajama Boy wasn’t. Somehow we as a nation went from the iconic Marlboro Man to Pajama Boy — from the noble individual with a bad habit to the ignoble without a good habit — without a […]

Administration Concedes: Obamacare Is Prohibitively Expensive

Spencer Cowan The Weekly Standard 12/23/2013

In a rare moment of candor, the Obama administration has acknowledged that the so-called Affordable Care Act is making insurance less affordable for millions of Americans.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services the other night issued a press release that outlines new options for the nearly 5 million […]

The Case That Could Topple Obamacare

Pema Levy Newsweek 12/17/2013

Obamacare may have its problems, including more bugs than you can find in the cornfields of Nebraska, but its legal worries were meant to end after the Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate, the heart of the Affordable Care Act.

Now, as the technologists charged with making healthcare.gov work report progress, […]