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statements of the many problems

List of Issues and Current Publications


Heritage List of Issues:           Web page, Fix Healthcare Policy


NCPA list of recent articles:      Web page


Cato podcasts:                        Web page


McKinsey Healthcare:             Web page


AEI on Healthcare:                 Web page


Hennessey on Healthcare:         Web page


Fraser Institute:                          Web page


New York Post:                        Web page


Free Market Healthcare:            Web page


Free Market Cure:                     Web page


Coalition to Advance Healthcare Reform:             Web page


Defend Your healthcare:             Web page


Conservatives for Patient Rights:             Web page


Reason Foundation:             Web page


Hands off My Healthcare:             Web page


Rethink Reform:             Web page

 

Express views online, a list from Greg Scandlen: at Heartland

You don't need to go to Iowa, or even leave your living room, to get involved. There are a host of ways to express your views on-line. Here are a few.

NCPA has been promoting a "Free our health care now!" (http://www.freeourhealthcarenow.com/) petition that already has 400,000 signers. It also has an "action pack" (http://actionpack.ncpa.org/) so you can spread the word even further.

The Galen Institute has put together a "Do no harm" (http://www.donoharmpetition.org/) petition calling on Congress to follow the Hippocrates oath to "First, do no harm" when it tries to heal health care.

I like this one a lot. It is put together by the Social Security Institute and it invites you to "Opt Out of Government-Run and Government-Mandated Healthcare." (http://patientoptout.com/)

This one calls on Members of Congress to sign up (http://www.healthtransformation.net/cs/public_plan_petition) for any government-run insurance program it may come up with. Just imagine getting Congress to put itself on Medicaid.

And the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest says Keep your "Hands Off my Health!" (http://www.handsoffmyhealth.org/)

And here is a terrific resource for physicians but together by our friend Dr. David McKalip, "Take Back Medicine." (http://www.takebackmedicine.com/)