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  • We don’t need Obamacare to cover those with pre-existing conditions

    We don’t need Obamacare to cover those with pre-existing conditions0

    • June 13, 2017

    Properly structured stand-alone high risk pools and medically underwritten individual health policies guaranteed coverage for more than a decade before ObamaCare.

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  • ObamaCare has failed patients with pre-existing conditions

    ObamaCare has failed patients with pre-existing conditions0

    • May 16, 2017

    There are many ways to provide medical care for people with pre-existing conditions. Real world experience shows that some work better than others. Properly structured stand-alone high risk pools and medically underwritten individual health policies guaranteed coverage for more than a decade before ObamaCare. They cost much less and provided more flexible coverage. Why not repeal ObamaCare and introduce new and improved structures based on past successes?

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  • Why the Republican version of ObamaCare is a sham

    Why the Republican version of ObamaCare is a sham0

    • March 14, 2017

    The people who crafted the Republican ObamaCare reform bill seem to want to help. They promise other reforms will be coming. Trust us, they say, we’re from the (new) government, and we’re here to help.

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  • How flawed government health coverage incentives lead to poor quality care

    How flawed government health coverage incentives lead to poor quality care0

    • February 10, 2017

    by Linda Gorman Data from the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) and the Colorado Hospital Association show that government health programs are not paying their way. Colorado’s Medicaid program pays 75 percent of its patients’ hospital costs. Medicare pays just 72 percent. People who pay for their own health care pay 158

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  • Amendment 69: ColoradoCare mimics existing single-payer disasters0

    • October 14, 2016

    by Sally C. Pipes The good people of Colorado must be smoking something these days. That’s the only explanation for the decision by 156,000 of the state’s more than 3 million registered voters to endorse a November ballot initiative that would create a statewide single-payer health care system. Patients in single-payer systems elsewhere must withstand

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  • Amendment 69: Colorado can learn from Vermont’s failed experiment with single payer health care0

    • October 14, 2016

    by John McClaughry In November Colorado voters will decide the fate of Amendment 69. It proposes to create ColoradoCare, a bureaucracy to control all health care in the state. It would initially be funded by a 10 percent tax increase on all forms of income. Coloradans trying to decide how to vote on Amendment 69

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