Dems New Covid Relief Bill Subsidizes Health Care for the Rich | By Brian Blase | New York Post, Feb. 28, 2021 Democrats’ holy grail is reducing income inequality. So it’s ironic that they are considering a bill to expand ObamaCare that will primarily benefit richer households and health-insurance companies. The massive coronavirus relief bill racing through Congress provides … [Read more...] about Dems’ Bill Increases Income Inequality—Brian Blase in NY Post
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Alarming & Unlawful Medicaid Spending: Brian Blase In NY Post
Medicaid is hemorrhaging $100B on Americans ineligible for the program By Brian BlaseNew York Post, November 28, 2020 States are facing alarming costs for their shares of Medicaid spending, and a new report helps explain why: the government—both in Washington and in state capitols across the country—is failing to ensure that only those who are eligible for benefits are … [Read more...] about Alarming & Unlawful Medicaid Spending: Brian Blase In NY Post
11 things Trump has done to fix Obamacare
Brian Blase | The New York Post | President Trump will face off with former Vice President Joe Biden in the first presidential debate this week, where health care is bound to come up. While Democrats often attack Trump for a lack of a health-care plan, the truth is, his administration has significantly increased Americans’ choice of health coverage and improved access to care. In fact, Trump … [Read more...] about 11 things Trump has done to fix Obamacare
Madam Speaker, Listen To The Experts—Op-Ed In NY Post
Why Congress must say no to the $600 unemployment bonus extensionBy Brian Blase, Casey Mulligan and Doug BadgerNew York Post, July 11, 2020 | House Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanded again today that Congress extend the federal unemployment bonus beyond its July 31 expiration. Former White House economists Brian Blase, Casey Mulligan, and Doug Badger explained … [Read more...] about Madam Speaker, Listen To The Experts—Op-Ed In NY Post
Is Social Distancing Working?
“Sweden has largely eschewed social distancing, choosing instead to permit more normal levels of economic and social interaction,” Galen Senior Fellow Doug Badger writes in a piece he coauthored for The Daily Signal. So how is that working out? They link to an interview with one of the world’s leading epidemiologists, Johan Giesecke, who “gave a very blunt … [Read more...] about Is Social Distancing Working?
New York City is a hot spot for illegal Medicaid enrollment
New York state is grappling with a Medicaid shortfall in the billions of dollars. And one of the main reasons is improper enrollment. Using annual information from the Census Bureau to assess the demographic make-up of Medicaid enrollees over time, researcher Aaron Yelowitz and I estimated that 2.3 million to 3.3 million Medicaid enrollees nationally make an income in excess of what is … [Read more...] about New York City is a hot spot for illegal Medicaid enrollment
How price transparency would revolutionize healthcare
In his recent speech on health care, President Trump highlighted a proposed rule that hospitals make their prices public. It’s time for hospitals to comply. Transparency will likely lead to lower prices and a reduction in health care spending. Many policy experts dismiss the importance of price transparency in health care. Skeptics argue that because health insurance insulates … [Read more...] about How price transparency would revolutionize healthcare
Five smart ways Trump has improved our health care system
New York Post — Good politics involves consistent, simple messages. Opponents of the Trump administration believe they have found one with health care: sabotage. When new numbers showed a small uptick in the number of uninsured from 2017 to 2018 (which actually resulted from ObamaCare’s own failures), Democratic presidential candidates and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi all had statements … [Read more...] about Five smart ways Trump has improved our health care system