Michael F. Cannon discusses the consequences of creating a fixed health insurance premium and its effect on healthy vs. unhealthy people.
Michael D. Tanner discusses the advantages of taking time crafting health care reform. There are many proposals on the table and this issue deals with 1/6 of the US economy.
David A. Hyman discusses how true Medicare administrative overhead is obscured and the difficulty in comparing the full costs of government insurance with private insurance.
Rep. Paul Ryan discusses how the government controls the health care “game” and is able to out-compete the private sector.
Michael Cannon discusses how the government has the ability to hide costs of a government health care program. Questions whether a government program can be self-sustaining.
Ed Crane discusses his concerns with the direction of the health care debate and suggests several reforms that would benefit consumers without government intervention.
Michael D. Tanner explains who will be writing the health care bills and the legislative process required to create final legislation.
Michael D. Tanner discusses how cancer treatment and detection would be affected by a government run health system.