Dr. Lee Gross' direct primary care practice takes the complexity and unaffordability out of health care.
Without a mandate penalty, the challengers had no standing.
The White House chose not to include cost estimates for a number of big-ticket health care policies—while still expressing support for them.
Decades of advocacy from libertarian-leaning academics have failed to end the federal ban on kidney sales. Can a personal injury attorney from New York and a service dog trainer from New Jersey get the job done instead?
For Biden, the pandemic has become a catchall justification for a slew of big-government programs that he and the Democratic Party already wanted to pursue.
The best available evidence suggests fears about fetal risk, while not totally unwarranted, are often overblown.
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A blanket ban on medical procedures for minors is not a prescription for human liberty.
Texas Medical Board Clears Houston Doctor Accused of 'Stealing' COVID Vaccine Doses He Wouldn't Let Go to Waste
Hasan Gokal tracked down people to receive doses that were about to expire. For that, he was fired and threatened with prosecution.
Mississippi's CON law means that physical therapist Charles "Butch" Slaughter (and others like him) can't adapt to the changing circumstances created by the pandemic.
In the Name of Pandemic Relief, Biden Would Expand Obamacare Subsidies to Households Making $350,000 a Year
The health law made insurance more expensive, so Democrats are pushing to make subsidies bigger.
"Direct primary care is about as close to a free market in health care as you've ever seen in our country," says Dr. Lee Gross.
It's true that the freedom to make your own decisions comes with both benefits and consequences, but Krugman is squarely focused on just one side of that equation.
Senators and state officials are proposing ways to sweep aside nonsensical regulations that place geographic limits on telehealth.
A politicized vaccine distribution process intended to take price out of the picture has given the edge to the rich, connected, and powerful.
"Let's do the thing, which saves the most lives," says economist Alex Tabarrok: Instead of holding back second doses, use them all right away.
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The idea is looking less like a Get Out of Jail Free card and more like a hall pass.
It turns out that there is a mechanism in capitalism for allocating scarce goods. It is called a "price."
"I hope my case can start removing senseless boundaries to teletherapy," said Brokamp, who is suing in federal court on First Amendment grounds.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra loves to tell people what they can and cannot do with their bodies.
If governments stand in the way of vaccine production and distribution for the world market, the costs will be high in lives and in wealth.
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No, we don’t need someone to “take command of the national supply chain for essential equipment, medications, and protective gear.”
Democratic warnings that Amy Coney Barrett would threaten Obamacare were predictably overblown.
Even after adjusting for age and comorbidities, researchers in New York and England found large improvements in patient survival.
Under the Affordable Care Act, if you liked your plan, you couldn't always keep it.
Such theories are not based in fact.
Pence claims Obamacare was a "disaster" that Americans "remember." It's still very much on the books.
Biden spun the Supreme Court's role in health care. Trump dodged, distracted, and bullied. It was an unproductive slugfest.
Trump Still Doesn't Have a Health Care Plan. He Does Have a $6.6 Billion Medicare Bribe for Seniors.
After years of promises, Trump unveils a meaningless executive order on preexisting conditions and a prescription drug gift card for seniors.
Major-party politicians avoid tax simplification almost as aggressively as the rich avoid taxation, argue the Reason Roundtable panelists.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death elevates a familiar health care policy dynamic to the foreground of the election.
Even when they have a good idea, the argument gets muddled.