The CBO Bludgeon

A Sliver of Savings from Per Capita Allocations

The dire effects some ascribe to normalizing the FMAP and limiting federal Medicaid spending through per capita allocations are not supported by data, according to a new analysis by Doug Badger updated to reflect new CMS data.

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The CBO Bludgeon

The CBO Bludgeon

CBO is detached from reality in its analysis of the House health reform bill.

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A Faith-Based Approach to Reform

A Faith-Based Approach to Reform

Restoring Christ-centered medicine through public policy changes centered around subsidiarity and the doctor patient relationship

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Empowering Health Care Consumers Through Tax Reform

  Amazon.com Softcover Amazon.com Hardcover Barnes and Noble.com “The essays in this book provide enough different arguments in favor of reform that any reader, regardless of ideological convictions, should be able to find one that convinces. Health insurance premiums are slated to increase sharply once again. The number of uninsured continues to grow. Tax reform […]

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Empowering Health Care Consumers Through Tax Reform

  Amazon.com Softcover Amazon.com Hardcover Barnes and Noble.com “The essays in this book provide enough different arguments in favor of reform that any reader, regardless of ideological convictions, should be able to find one that convinces. Health insurance premiums are slated to increase sharply once again. The number of uninsured continues to grow. Tax reform […]

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Rising Costs, Reduced Access: How Regulation Harms Health Consumers and the Uninsured

Produced by the Domestic Policy Studies Department Published by The Heritage Foundation Members of Congress once again are embroiled in a debate over managed care reform legislation that attempts to address some of the symptoms plaguing America’s health care system. Instead of changing federal policies that restrict competition and patient choice, the Patients’ Bill of […]

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Rising Costs, Reduced Access: How Regulation Harms Health Consumers and the Uninsured

Produced by the Domestic Policy Studies Department Published by The Heritage Foundation Members of Congress once again are embroiled in a debate over managed care reform legislation that attempts to address some of the symptoms plaguing America’s health care system. Instead of changing federal policies that restrict competition and patient choice, the Patients’ Bill of […]

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Medical Coverage for All

Appeared in The Washington Post June 18, 1999. We may be the ultimate congressional odd couple. We seldom agree on anything. But on this we do agree: Congress should act now to help the 43 million Americans who have no health insurance. The ranks of the uninsured are growing by 100,000 a month. And this […]

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