Instead of expanding a broken system that is breaking our state budget, let’s expand and protect innovations like Direct Primary Care and reform and refocus Medicaid on the truly vulnerable populations it was created to serve.
Two big health care announcements out of Washington this week are a bright spot for patients and people who value the Constitution.
Let’s hope for the sake of our health – and our wallets – that Americans remember Margaret Thatcher’s prescient admonition: 'The trouble with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money."
In 2016, Palmetto Promised championed a bill known as Volunteer Care. Today, one Hilton Head clinic demonstrates the enormous benefit that came be gained when South Carolina takes an innovative approach to health care.
Recent studies of our health care system make it clear that a health insurance card isn't a guarantee of good, affordable health care. One PPI staff member shares her first-hand account of this truism.
Obamacare pits people against each other; the debate has followed suit
The latest on the effort to repeal and replace Obamacare
7 concerns about the U.S. Senate's Obamacare 'repeal and replacement' bill
After 7 years of decrying the very real failings of Obamacare, why can't Republicans get their “repeal and replace” act together?
If a competitor state were to devise a plan to cripple South Carolina’s ability to deliver quality healthcare, what might that scheme look like? Create barriers to entry and expansion in the healthcare market. Check. Limit healthcare consumer choice. Check. Stifle healthcare innovation. Check. Distort markets by thwarting competition. Check. Fail to control costs, improve