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The real disease: Price transparency key to saving Medicare and lowering the debt

Entitlement spending grabbed headlines last week, with the news that Medicare’s Hospital Insurance Trust Fund will become insolvent by 2026, three years earlier than...

Veterans are left out of medical marijuana protections

When Sens. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) introduced legislation this month to restrain the federal government from interfering with state-legal cannabis consumption and commerce, they galvanized...

Democrats created the ObamaCare disaster we are still dealing with

Democrats are planning to use looming health insurance premium increases against Republicans in the midterm elections. This is, of course, a chapter right out of the...

The latest gimmick in health care to make patients pay more

Despite our booming economy, consumers continue to lose out on potential prescription drug cost savings, driven by a system of perverse incentives that allow...

Which city’s health workers boast highest disposable income? Hint: It’s a capital

Sacramento's health care workers take home more of their pay than their peers living in the nation's 100 most populous cities, including Dallas-Fort Worth...

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