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PRESCRIPTIONS FOR HEALTH CARE

IWF’s Prescriptions for Better Health Policy project educates women about the problems with ObamaCare (rising costs, effects on medical profession, etc.) and trying to negotiate specific benefits for women through a government-dominated health care and health insurance marketplace. IWF offers an alternative approach, highlighting constructive, market-based alternatives that put power in the hands of patients and individuals, create a more robust, competitive health insurance marketplace that controls costs, leads to higher quality care, encourages the development of the next generation of treatments and cures, and ensures women can purchase health care that suits the needs of them and their families. Americans deserve the best health care system in the world, which is why we support restoring competition and encouraging real innovation in the health care sector.

Categories:  Entitlement Programs,  Lawsuits,  ObamaCare,  Politics & Economics,  Positive Reform


Why Short-Term, Catastrophic Health Insurance Policies Are Anything But "Junk"

August 14 2018
by Charlotte Hays


The Cruelty of the Fake Cancer Cure Profiteers

August 3 2018
by Jennifer Marquez


Many Customers Will Welcome Short-Term, (Really) Affordable Health Insurance Plans

August 2 2018
by Charlotte Hays


Mercatus Puts Cost of Single-Payer Health Proposal at $33 Trillion for First Ten Years

July 31 2018
by Charlotte Hays


Socialized Medicine is So Twentieth Century

July 30 2018
by Hadley Heath


Opioid epidemic becomes political football in ongoing blame game

July 23 2018
by Hadley Heath


The Wrong Way to Close the Donut Hole

July 17 2018
by Hadley Heath


U.S. Should Make Unfair Drug Pricing, Foreign Practices a Priority in Trade Negotiations

July 11 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Trump Administration Slashes ACA Navigator Outreach Program -- And For Good Reasons

July 11 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Bill for Aspirin and Bottle of Baby Formula at San Francisco Hospital: $18,836

July 5 2018
by Charlotte Hays


A New Proposal to Replace the Broken Healthcare Law

June 21 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Trump Administration Expands Cheaper, Quality Healthcare Plans

June 20 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Millennial Monday: The Opioid Crisis Affects Millennials, Too

June 18 2018
by Betsy Pearson


Let's Learn the Right Lessons From Medicare's Prescription Drug Program

May 31 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


A Podcast on the Complexities of the Opioid Crisis

May 30 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Native American Tribes, State and Local Governments Sue Pharmaceutical Companies Over Opioid Abuse Crisis

May 30 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


The Life of a Child, and the NHS

April 26 2018
by Nicki Neily


States Seek to Revisit Supreme Court Ruling on Mandate to Buy Health Insurance

April 3 2018
by Erin Hawley


Why Are Pharmaceutical Drugs So Expensive? Sen. McCaskill’s Report Misses Larger Picture

March 28 2018
by Heather Madden


Americans support Medicare negotiations with drug-makers… until they consider the consequences

March 15 2018
by Hadley Heath


Change to Medicare's Donut Hole Looks Good But Only on the Surface

February 27 2018
by Hadley Heath


Health Care Escape Hatches Proliferate Under Bad Law

February 19 2018
by Hadley Heath


Health Insurers Sometimes Frustrate Us - What's the Solution?

February 19 2018
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Should Healthy, Employable Americans Keep Medicaid Forever?

February 16 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


"Donut" Close Medicare's Coverage Gap This Way

February 8 2018
by Hadley Heath


Government distorts healthcare market, decreasing competition and increasing waste

February 7 2018
by Staff


Is Trump Keeping His Word on Pharmaceutical Drugs?

January 24 2018
by Hadley Heath


The Downside of Single-Payer Health Care

January 24 2018
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Survey: GOP Voters Overwhelmingly Want IPAB Repealed

January 11 2018
by Charlotte Hays


Calling on President Trump to Make Health Care Reform a Priority in 2018

January 3 2018
by Heather Madden


Bad News: Consolidation in Health Care

December 14 2017
by Hadley Heath


Making Prescription Drugs More Affordable -- The Wrong Way to Do It

December 7 2017
by Hadley Heath


Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor Shows Leadership on the Opioid Issue

December 7 2017
by Hadley Heath


The Worst Tax Ever Designed

November 13 2017
by Charlotte Hays


IRS Announces It Will Begin Enforcing Unpopular Employer Mandate

November 8 2017
by Charlotte Hays


Some Thoughts on Opiods

November 2 2017
by Charlotte Hays


2018 Obamacare Premiums to Leave Even Wider Hole in Your Wallet

October 30 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


President Trump’s Opioid Attack Plan: Personal, Practical, and Policy

October 26 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


IRS to Hold Tax Returns Hostage to Enforce Obamacare

October 20 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


IN PICTURES: The Outrageous Unfairness of Congress' Special Exemption from the Affordable Care Act

October 16 2017
by Staff


How does President Trump's Association Health Plan Executive Order Affect You?

October 15 2017
by Staff


VIDEO: The Truth About the Health Care Executive Order

October 13 2017
by Staff


Expert: Single-Payer Could Deny Surgery to Fat People

October 10 2017
by Charlotte Hays


A Win for Religious Liberty: HHS Narrows Obama Contraception Mandate

October 6 2017
by Charlotte Hays


Trump Administration Expands Exemptions for HHS Birth Control Mandate

October 6 2017
by Hadley Heath


5 Women Affected by the Affordable Care Act

October 5 2017
by Staff


Half of Americans Can’t Afford More than $100 in Healthcare Premiums

October 4 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Love Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Hate Cancer? Then Say No to "Universal Health Care"

September 28 2017
by Hadley Heath


Did Medicaid Expansion Inadvertently Contribute to the Opioid Abuse Epidemic?

September 25 2017
by Charlotte Hays


The Civic Costs of Medicare for All

September 18 2017
by Charlotte Hays


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