Medicare Review

By Del Meyer on 08/04/2020 12:35 AM

Harvard’s Latest Attack on Homeschooling Abuses Reason and Justice Subverting the family will not protect children from abuse. Monday, May 18, 2020 Kerry McDonald Harvard University publications continue to present a skewed perspective of homeschooling, spotlighting Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Bartholet’s call for a “presumptive ban” on homeschooling while failing to provide an accurate […]

By Del Meyer on 06/19/2020 12:45 AM

President Trump on Friday said he would move to define houses of worship as essential services to be opened during the coronavirus pandemic. “I am identifying houses of worship — churches, synagogues and mosques — as essential places that provide essential services,” Trump said at a press briefing. “I call upon governors to allow our […]

By Del Meyer on 05/05/2020 9:08 PM

NHS coronavirus update bulletin for April 2, 2020 announced a range of new measures to protect the NHS and our country in the fight against the Coronavirus. We will test 100,000 people per day by the end of this month. (That would be by April 30) We have a new 5-point plan to improve our […]

By Del Meyer on 03/30/2020 12:38 AM

“Joe, what are you going to do to end the absurdity of the United States of America being the only major country on earth where health care is not a human right? Are you really going to veto a Medicare for All bill, if it is passed in Congress?” “Joe, at a time when most […]

By Del Meyer on 03/23/2020 8:05 PM

Since the late 1990s Christensen has been influencing change in health care through both his summer leadership program at Harvard Medical School for hospital administrators and regular consulting work for medical giants like Johnson & Johnson and Medtronic. Recently he helped J&J develop a device that would make it easier and cheaper to administer anesthesia. […]

By Del Meyer on 02/24/2020 7:51 PM

Arkansas implemented a work requirement for their Medicaid recipients. Kentucky soon followed. A democratic governor elected reversed the state requirement and Kentucky was eliminated from the lawsuit. The ruling, written by a Reagan appointee, said the administration failed to show how such rules would help Medicaid to meet its mission of covering the poor. Seema […]

By Del Meyer on 01/01/2020 10:03 PM

There is only one discussion in the country today. It seems to be primarily how to fix Medicare. However, Medicare is the problem. Sometimes the best way to fix a problem that has been present for half a century is to discard the problem and reassess. We have discuss several issues of Medicare improvement, but […]

By Del Meyer on 12/17/2019 2:36 AM

By Juliette Cubanski Follow @jcubanski on Twitter , Tricia Neuman Follow @tricia_neuman on Twitter , Sarah True, and Meredith Freed Published: Oct 17, 2019 Prescription drug costs are a major concern for consumers and a fiscal challenge for public and private payers. In response, lawmakers are considering a broad range of policy options, including allowing […]

By admin on 10/17/2019 8:13 AM

Who murdered the U.S. health care system? The most obvious suspect — ObamaCare — isn’t the real killer, it’s merely one of them. So, who is to blame? As detective Hercule Poirot says, “I suspect everybody till the last minute.” Let’s examine the crime scene. Read more . . .