Direct Primary Care may not be for everyone in every case, but it is a useful tool in the Healthcare freedom toolbox.
As the battle for healthcare heats up, let's separate some fact from fiction about what it means for South Carolinians.
Palmetto Promise Institute today joined Alabama Policy Institute to make the case for an equitable unwinding of Obamacare’s massive and fiscally unsustainable expansion of Medicaid to able-bodied adults.
This article was written by Ellen Weaver and Caleb Crosby, President of Alabama Policy Institute and was published in National Review on 1/19/2017. As the 115th Congress convenes and President-elect Trump prepares to take office tomorrow, our nation faces incredible challenges and opportunities. On health care in particular, the stakes couldn’t be higher, nor the path forward
Executive Summary Given the focus on the disastrous launch of the Obamacare insurance Exchanges in 2013, many people don’t know that most of Obamacare’s coverage gains have come not through those Exchanges, but through a new expansion of Medicaid to able-bodied, working-age adults. Medicaid was originally intended to provide important safety net coverage to vulnerable
Conservatives have no reason—none— to take a back seat on the compassion front to any Obamacare supporter.
It’s time for South Carolina lawmakers to examine the facts and make healthcare more accessible, more affordable and more safe by repealing South Carolina’s CON laws.
As the dust begins to settle from the raucous 2016 election season, President-elect Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans are turning their attention toward governing.
For the past six years, Republicans — across Washington, and across the country — have virtually to a person run against Obamacare.
The burning question is this: are patients really getting $6.7 trillion worth of care, or could there be a better way to take care of South Carolinians?