The studys main findings were that patients who were uninsured before reform didnt have a bigger improvement in total cholesterol, HbA1c level, or systolic blood pressure compared to those who were insured over the entire period. They also looked specifically at patients who had the most potential to see improvement: those who had poorly controlled disease before reform, had no established primary care before reform, and who obtained insurance in the first follow-up year after reform. Even those patients showed no significant improvement over those who were already insured....
|John C. Goodman is a Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute, President of the Goodman Institute for Public Policy Research, and author of the widely acclaimed Independent books, A Better Choice: Healthcare Solutions for America, and the award-winning, Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis. The Wall Street Journal and the National Journal, among other media, have called him the Father of Health Savings Accounts.|
A BETTER CHOICE: Healthcare Solutions for America
Obamacare remains highly controversial and faces ongoing legal and political challenges. Polls show that by a large margin Americans remain opposed to the healthcare law and seek to repeal and replace it. However, the question is: Replace it with what?