Posted in Doctor-Patient Relations, Economic Issues, Medical Costs, Medicare, Patient Choice, Price Tansparency, Quality, Reforming Medicare, Technology, Uncategorized

An effective eye drug is available for $50. But many doctors choose a $2,000 alternative. – The Washington Post

An effective eye drug is available for $50. But many doctors choose a $2,000 alternative. – The Washington Post.

Posted in Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Economic Issues, Employee Benefits, Free Society, Medical Costs, Medicare, News From Washington, DC & Related Shenanigans, Patient Choice, Patient-centered Care, Quality, Rule of Law, State-Run Insurance Exchanges, Tax Policy, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized

Obamacare’s Architects Plugged Their Ears and Misled Public – Michael Barone – Page full

Obamacare’s Architects Plugged Their Ears and Misled Public – Michael Barone – Page full.

Posted in Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Doctor-Patient Relations, Economic Issues, Employee Benefits, Free Society, Liberty, Medical Costs, Medicare, News From Washington, DC & Related Shenanigans, Patient Choice, Price Tansparency, Quality, Rule of Law, Tax Policy, Uncategorized

Ignoble Lies – AAPS News – Dec 2013 Volume 69, no. 12

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Posted in Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Economic Issues, Medical Costs, News From Washington, DC & Related Shenanigans, Patient Choice, Pre-existing Conditions, Quality, Rule of Law, Tax Policy, Uncategorized

Obamacare: If You Like Your Facts … You can Keep Them

Larry Elderhttp://townhall.com/columnists/larryelder/2013/12/05/obamacare-if-you-like-your-facts–you-can-keep-them-n1757594/page/full

Posted in Consumer-Driven Health Care, Deductibles, Direct-Pay Medicine, Direct-Pay Practice Models, Doctor-Patient Relations, Doctor-Patient Relationship, Economic Issues, Employee Benefits, Free Society, Health Savings Accounts (HSA's), Independent Physicians, Liberty, Medical Costs, Patient Choice, Patient-centered Care, Price Tansparency, Quality, Uncategorized, Wait times to see a doctor

Free-Markets and Price Transparency Work in Health Care Just Like Other Industries