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Ryan and Rivlin are right: a “Draconian” shift to a defined contribution Medicare benefit structure may be the only “fair” way to reduce the difference between how much government funded health care people want and how much we are willing to pay for. aka addressing The Long-Term Deficit

Ryan and Rivlin are right: a “Draconian” shift to a defined contribution Medicare benefit structure may be the only “fair” way to reduce the difference between how much government funded health care people want and how much they are wiling … Continue reading

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The Virginia Supreme Court Decision & ObamaCare

Well I’m not sure where this is headed, but I’m going to start using the zero-cost of publishing feature of the Internet and do some blogging… Although I’ve spent 25 years on the “payor/administrator” side of the health insurance system, … Continue reading

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Dear Republican Party Proponents of “Repeal & Replace”: Here’s Some Practical Low Cost Ideas For What To “Replace” ObamaCare With…

Dear incoming Republican Majority House Members- What follows are some ideas if you’re seeking to put forward policy about the the “replace” part of “repeal and replace…” It just isn’t possible to “make the case” that employers have been steadily … Continue reading

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