Category Archives: Healthcare Reform (Deform) Debate

Non-profit Does Not Mean Charitable

Commonly, we equate non-profit organizations with charitable organizations. In fact, that assessment often is inappropriate.  Non-profit is a designation granted by the IRS that exempts an organization from paying any taxes – local, state, federal, and property.  IRS eligible tax … Continue reading

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The American Healthcare Act:  The Bad, the Good, and the Flawed Criticism

Fortunately, the Republican establishment failed in their attempt to pass their “repeal” and replace legislation – The American Healthcare Act (AHCA). Without a doubt, true healthcare reform is desperately needed, but the AHCA falls short.

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Free Market Medicine – A Singular Opportunity for the Self-insured and for Independent High Value Physicians

Background Since 1970, healthcare costs have grown at twice the rate of inflation, with costs doubling over the last 10 years.  Annual U.S. healthcare expenditure has reached an incredible $3 trillion.  Insurance premiums have soared as medical spending has continued … Continue reading

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Of Course Obamacare Must Be Repealed, of Course It Must Be Replaced, and a Practical Political Strategy to Do So

The House Republican Caucus has passed a budget resolution to roll back major portions of ObamaCare. What should have been a moment of success and optimism in working toward desperately needed healthcare reform has been much diminished by the absence … Continue reading

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Freedom Not Big Government Improved our Lives. Freedom would Improve Healthcare Too.

Economic freedom has propelled advancement across our lives including productivity, household conveniences, communication, transportation, and entertainment.  Technological innovations that 50 years ago even the wealthiest individuals could not have imagined are in a majority of low income households. 

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