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HSA/high-deductible plans have helped tame healthcare spending.
Healthcare economist Chris Conover crunches the numbers and finds that the financial risk is probably much smaller than you think.
The CBO says the healthcare reform is looks more like Medicaid than intended.
The president erred by letting special interests control healthcare reform.
Four changes to the Affordable Care Act would greatly improve the healthcare choices we make.
Four changes to the healthcare law would undo a lot of damage.
Raise the eligibility age and requiring higher-income seniors to pay more of their medical costs would keep Medicare from having to cut access to care for seniors.
Zeke Emanuel sheds light on the healthcare debate within the Obama administration.
Get a job with health benefits, and you lose your subsidy. That's an implicit tax on working.
Supporters of the president's signature legislation tout "new" legal protections that you already had.
Both Republicans and Democrats misunderstand Obamacare's 'risk corridors.'
The popular New York Times columnist backtracks after the Congressional Budget Office reports on Obamacare and jobs.
A new study finds that most young adults would be better off by foregoing healthcare insurance and instead paying their own costs out-of-pocket.
We face a growing divide—between how we look at wealth disparities.
Senator Tom Coburn proposes a worthy alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
A solid case for requiring that everyone pay the same insurance premiums has yet to be made.
The wealthiest and most creative people contribute immeasurably to our lives.
The program needs reform, but not in the ways dictated by Obamacare.
In some places, traffic to emergency rooms has increased despite health reform.
Under Obamacare, the supply of health care providers won't be able to keep up with the demand.
Good economics isn't beholden to any particular political party.
A new study estimates the number of newly uninsured created by the Affordable Care Act.
The welfare state has eroded the culture of individual initiative.
A new survey found that most owners believe it will harm their bottom line.
An influential Harvard economist makes some basic errors.
Obamacare is funded partly by cuts in "disproportionate care" subsidies to safety-net hospitals. This will make it harder for them to care for the poor in states that are opting to not expand Medicaid.
The voice of the insurance industry is absent from coverage about Obamacare.
Predictably, new regulations make it harder for insurers to serve the individual market.
The president's claim that no consumers who lose their policies was unbelievable.
There is not a single major problem in Obamacare that would be solved by moving everyone into Medicare.
John C. Goodman, Ph.D. is Research Fellow at The Independent Institute; President in National Center for Policy Analysis, & author of Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis.