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Sidebar article to: ObamaCare: Rx for Crisis
March 7, 2012 -- The incision Dr. Thomas Tkach makes into his patient’s knee is almost like clockwork. It is Friday morning, and within minutes Dr. Tkach will be doing a knee replacement on a patient who just happens to also be a physician. It is his fifth surgery of the day.
March 7, 2012 -- When people think of Medicare, they usually think of the government health insurance program for seniors over age 65. They may even recall that the program also extends to the disabled who are under 65. Few, though, see it as a program that big business and their D.C. lobbyists can use to drive smaller competitors out of business.
June 2009 -- With health care reform efforts well underway, President Obama is endeavoring to make good on his campaign pledge to “accelerate efforts to develop and disseminate best practices, and align reimbursement with provision of high quality health care.”
October 28, 2009 -- The morally ugly nature of actual altruism was on display when Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius recently declared that one in ten doses of the Swine Flu vaccine that were purchased with American taxpayer dollars will be given to other countries before there is enough vaccine to cover the health needs of Americans.
December 10, 2009 -- Want an eye-opening perspective on those in Congress and the Obama administration who want the government to control America’s health care system? Then consider the motivations and mindsets of a group that would have been helped by a provision that was stripped from the House bill but that could find its way into the Senate bill.
May 8, 2009 -- If you want to know what to expect from the Democrats’ plans for total government control of health care—and government control of everything else for that matter—consider the case of Terry Kaide, 87, and her husband Sidney, 89, both of Hawaii, Barack Obama’s state of origin.