Newspaper Articles – Sean Parnell

Swiss reject more government in health care

One of the things both advocates and opponents of nationalized health care in the U.S.

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World of Health Prices

One of the things that health policy experts with any sense understand is that one of the major problems with the system we have today is prices are often completely detached from reality and wildl

Finding Out What’s in Obamacare, Part ∞

Finding Out What’s in Obamacare, Part ∞

More Modest Benefits from Obamacare

One of the things that has continued to draw my attention is how truly, staggeringly slight the gains achieved under the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare) have been.

Will health benefits eliminate raises?

Health policy expert John Graham, writing at The Beacon, comments on a recent report from the consulting firm Mercer. Apparently health benefits are eating up pay raises.

About those 7.3 million Obamacare enrollees

There are a handful of blogs that anybody seriously interested in following health care policy should read regularly.

Why You Won't Even Be Able to Keep Your Obamacare Plan if You Like It

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Most of us are familiar with the fiasco centered around President Obama's false pledge that "if you like your health care plan, you can keep it." I hadn't realized that this broken promise didn't a

Health Care's Free Market Supporters

The letters section of the Wall Street Journal is one of my favorite things to read.

Minnesota’s Largest Exchange Insurer Drops Out

In the Fall of 2014 Minnesota’s state-established health exchange, MNsure, drew national attention for offering the lowest average insurance premiums in the country.

Surprise, Electronic Health Records Aren't Saving Money or Time

One of the things favored by supporters of government-directed medical care is electronic health records.