This election will be decisive for the direction of American medicine, states the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). The second Presidential debate, despite distractions related to comments made by Donald Trump 11 years ago, hinted at important questions and showed distinct differences between the candidates, states AAPS executive director Jane Orient, M.D.
By Gerard J. Gianoli, M.D. – http://EarAndBalance.net With news of more exchanges closing, fewer healthy enrollees signing up, insurance companies pulling out, and health insurance premiums set to spike, this October we will see a tighter turn in the death spiral of ObamaCare. There is no doubt about the higher premiums and lack of choices […]
By Tamzin Rosenwasser, MD The October 9 Presidential debate focused on women, with the moderators introducing a question near the beginning about an 11-year-old recording of some crude words about women by Donald Trump. According to some, including prominent Republicans, he committed the Unforgivable Sin and is irredeemable and deplorable, like half of his supporters. […]
By Tamzin Rosenwasser, M.D. A “single-payer” system for financing medical care accomplishes a few things. It destroys a vital freedom for millions, and it concentrates power in the hands of a few. The theory sounds as though it would simplify things, which may make it attractive at first glance, especially to those who do not […]