Health Care

Why Congress should reform the False Claims Act

Why Congress should reform the False Claims Act

Rather than working with contractors to improve their performance, the FCA is used as a blunt instrument to extract large sums from their business operations.

By Linda Gorman · October 24, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Health Care, Linda Gorman, National

Dissent to Colorado Commission on Affordable Health Care Reports and Recommendations

Most of the Report recommendations call for more public spending, more public control over provision of health care by the private sector, and increased spending on public programs.

By Linda Gorman · July 5, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Health Care, Linda Gorman, Obamacare
Guest editorial: Provider fee bait and switch evades TABOR

Guest editorial: Provider fee bait and switch evades TABOR

The only way to interpret TABOR is that the limit must be lowered by the amount the program costs taxpayers.

By Brian Vande Krol · June 22, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Gold Dome, Health Care, TABOR, Taxes
Book Review: Myth Busters, Why Health Reform Always Goes Awry

Book Review: Myth Busters, Why Health Reform Always Goes Awry

Myth Busters provides the basic information needed to evaluate policy proposals and a useful roadmap for unwinding the policy mistakes of the past.

By Linda Gorman · June 6, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Health Care, Linda Gorman, Obamacare
We don't need ObamaCare to cover those with pre-existing conditions

We don't need ObamaCare to cover those with pre-existing conditions

We had lower premiums and good protection for people with pre-existing conditions before ObamaCare.

By Linda Gorman · May 30, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Health Care, Linda Gorman, National, Obamacare
Rural Colorado hospital, schools and roads bill one step away from becoming law

Rural Colorado hospital, schools and roads bill one step away from becoming law

“Our constitution is pretty clear,” Rep. Tim Leonard (R-Jefferson) said. “We need to be a single-subject bill. I would suggest we are creating a dangerous precedent here that incorporates so many things to make so many people happy.”

By Sherrie Peif · May 9, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · debt, Durango, Education, Elections, Featured, Gold Dome, Health Care, Sherrie Peif, TABOR, Taxes, Top News, Transportation, Uncategorized
Senate Bill 267: Saving rural Colorado with even more debt and taxes

Senate Bill 267: Saving rural Colorado with even more debt and taxes

If the bill passes, the Hickenlooper Administration can hang a “for sale” sign on everything, including the kitchen sink.

By Linda Gorman · April 11, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · debt, Health Care, Linda Gorman, Taxes
American Health Care Act doesn't go far enough

American Health Care Act doesn't go far enough

The first, and most obvious shortcoming is that it does not in fact repeal Obamacare.

By Dr. Jill Vecchio and Frank Francone · March 22, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Health Care, National, Obamacare
Republican Obamacare replacement falls well short of meaningful reform

Republican Obamacare replacement falls well short of meaningful reform

In its current form, AHCA should be defeated.

By Laura Carno · March 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Health Care, National, Obamacare
Bill would let veterinarians snoop in people's medical records

Bill would let veterinarians snoop in people's medical records

The bill expects veterinarians, who are trained in animal health, to also evaluate human health and psychology, for which they have no specific training or expertise.

By Ari Armstrong · February 23, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Ari Armstrong, Gold Dome, Health Care

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