Comprising approximately one-sixth of the U.S. economy, health care reform continues to represent a fundamental dilemma facing our country. Despite the implementation of “Obamacare” insurance rates continue to rise, innovation continues to suffer from overburdening regulation schemes, and health outcomes continue to stagnate.
Conservatives and free market-minded policymakers must move from positions of opposition (shouting what we are against) to positions of advocacy (educating on market-based policies we support). Florida can be, in many respects, a cornerstone of this movement. As Florida’s population continues to grow, our percentage of elderly residents will also expand (greater consumers of health care than other populations). Other states will look to Florida – as a success or a failure – in how we address the challenges of increasing access to care, serving our unique population demographics, and expanding competition.
During this episode of “Pundits on the Porch,” Dr. Bob McClure sits down with Congressman Neal Dunn, a physician and the U.S. Representative for Florida’s 2nd congressional district. McClure and Dunn discuss healthcare reform, Congressman Dunn’s first term and the types of tools he uses when examining a piece [...]
Organizations across the country urge Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to make short-term plans renewable Contact: Holly Wetzel Communications Coordinator 989-698-1927 email@example.com MIDLAND — The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services should allow more flexibility for short-term, limited-duration health insurance plans, according to 39 health policy experts from across [...]
An open letter to the American public from conservative leaders. Congressional leaders were poised last month to spend tens of billions of dollars in the omnibus bill to temporarily shore up Obamacare’s failing health insurance system. That money, however, never would have given Americans the long-term relief they so desperately [...]