A lot of people are claiming that COVID-19 is “no worse than the flu.” Do you have any idea how bad that is?
America faces a health care crisis, and Colorado is one state that is leading the way in addressing it.
I understand that COVID19 is scary. I’m not thrilled about it either. But I don’t trust these guys and gals saying “I’m from the government, I’m here to help you”.
The problem with funding veterans programs isn’t that there’s no money to be had. It’s that it’s fragmented and spread across redundant organizations trying to bring a local focus to a nationwide problem.
The frustration of numerous failed trials and no known cure leaves a void that is understandably filled with a concoction of virtuous hope and villainous snake oil salesmen.
Elizabeth Warren has released a proposal outlining the particulars of her “Medicare for All” healthcare plan.
Democratic primary frontrunner Joe Biden was unveiling his healthcare proposal, and the tagline he laid on folks sounds strangely familiar.
A horrible story raises age-old questions about regulation, medical care, and people who make money insisting they know better than trained professionals.
Nursing remains one of the most dangerous professions due to the risk of injury and, sadly, the risk of assault from patients and their family members.
When we all pay entirely for everyone else’s healthcare, everyone’s health becomes everyone’s business. This has real consequences for issues of lifestyle freedom, as choices that should only impact my health become issues others can object to.
Some simple changes could bring more relief to disabled people in need.
Picking between networks and queues.
Get what you can before she blows!
Earlier this week, Virginia became the 33rd State to pass legislation expanding Medicaid. While the national conversation still mostly focuses on the Affordable Care Act, colloquially known as Obamacare, the majority of states have quietly expanded government-run healthcare options.
Another example of why we need to resist the siren call of “free healthcare.”