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HCPC_logoThe Health Care Policy Center’s focus is on public policy that safeguards consumers’ ability to determine their own choices about their own health care and the care of their families. HCPC fights the expansion of government directed health care that infringes upon individual choice. Director Linda Gorman has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s leading experts in free market health care issues.

Latest Posts

  • How to Think About Health Care Reform: Disasters pf Price-Fixing and Cost Shifting Can't Be Cured by More of the Same0

    Close observers have been urging reform of America’s health care system for at least a decade. But it was not until last year’s presidential election that the political community finally responded and through their campaigning, made health care a serious issue in the minds of the public.

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  • Privatizing Medicaid in Colorado0

    For many years virtually everyone has agreed that the current Medicaid system is broken, but instead of fixing it we simply throw more money at it. Medicaid costs rise far faster than the rate of inflation or the rate of health care cost increases. Yet few people believe that Medicaid adequately provides essential health care for the needy.

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  • Government Health Care: Lower Quality, Higher Costs0

    Climbing from 3.5% of government revenues in 1965 to over 17% in 1990, the true cost of government health spending has panicked our political leaders. Desperate to control costs, they have mounted a media blitz designed to convince us that while a government takeover of the health care industry may cost more in taxes, the result will be better, cheaper, care. Unfortunately, the facts suggest otherwise. Government controlled medical care has been tried in Canada, Britain, and has always produced lower quality and higher costs.

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Linda Gorman, Director, Health Care Policy Center
Email: Linda@i2i.org
Phone: 303-279-6536, ext 107

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