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Allocating Healthcare

Three Healthcare Ideas

Meakem Talks Healthcare

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Dear Lowman,

In past issues, I have focused on State issues, Bonusgate, Pension Bomb, Pennsylvania Budget, John Murtha's PMA Earmarks, or advocating for Constitutional Limited Government and Free Markets. This e-newsletter is focused on national health care debate and Free Market solutions.


You can view more posts on my blog.

Allocating Healthcare: Market Pricing or Political Rationing

There are two ways to allocate scarce health care resources: market pricing or government rationing. Government rationing, unavoidably, allocates to politically favored: Unions, Trial Lawyers and Country Club Leftists.

Increasing demand by 47 million while reducing Supply by reducing financial rewards and incentives to health care providers cannot but lead to shortages of supply. Politicized government allocation, necessarily, follows and politically favored benefit and rank and file citizen loses.

Three HealthCare Ideas for Affordability and Accessibility

Pat Toomey offers three specific changes to make Health Care more affordable and more available to more people and critiques the Obama Administration's plans to have government monopolize control Health Care delivery in the United States


Glen Meakem Talks About HealthCare

This is one of Glen Meakem's best. A succinct commentary that makes the point that America, at the very least, is undecided about how to handle Health Care delivery.

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