Herrick discusses a recent article he wrote with John Goodman of The Goodman Institute describing how Obamacare failed to fix pre-existing conditions and created problems where perhaps few existed before enactment.
Congress enacted Obamacare in 2010 with many promises: it would insure the uninsured and assure people who are sick that they wouldn’t be locked out of insurance markets. Turner discusses how the ACA has failed to reach these goals.
Deane Waldman, M.D. discusses his cure for the ailing health care system in the U.S. Waldman says we need to remove control of the health care system from the federal government and back to the states.
Wayne Whinegarden of the Pacific Research Institute talks about California Governor Gavin Newsom including a plan for the state to create its own generic prescription label in an attempt to lower the cost of drugs.
Medicaid has ballooned into a $600 billion a year program, a 12-fold increase over the last 30 years. To discuss this outrageous program, Galen Institute and Heritage Foundation scholar Brian Blase rejoins to podcast.
Director of Free to Choose Medicine Christina Herrin discusses with Heartland Policy Advisor Jeff Stier policy solutions to lower prescription drug prices without harming innovation, patent reform, and much more.
Christina Herrin, Director of Free to Choose Medicine with the Heartland Institute discusses the future of healthcare and FDA reform with U.S. Congressman Mark Walker who represents North Carolina's 6th Congressional District.
The Heartland Institute's health care policy advisor Sarah Lee interviews Courtney Joslin, resident fellow in commercial freedom at Washington, DC's R Street Institute, on how medical licensing reform can address the shortage in primary care physicians.
Michael Cannon, director of health policy studies at the Cato Institute, talks about the health care choices faces voters in the 2020 election and government-run health care doesn't hold a candle to federalism.