A Doc Fix That’s Not a Fix

National Review Online | Published on February 25, 2014

By James C. Capretta

Real Medicare reform means moving away from the government’s micromanagement of physician and other provider payments, not construction of yet another new payment system that will distort the marketplace in ways no one can now predict.

A Senate GOP Health Reform Proposal: The Burr-Coburn-Hatch Plan

Health Affairs | Published on February 12, 2014

By James C. Capretta and Joseph Antos

A new analysis shows that it is possible to construct a health reform plan that solves the pre-existing condition problem and covers millions with insurance without the massive expense and expanded government of Obamacare.

Obamacare and the Coming Debt Crisis

e21 | Published on February 10, 2014

By James C. Capretta

Automatic spending on entitlement programs is crowding out every other priority in the federal budget, and creating the real risk of an economic crisis.

Much Better than Obamacare

National Review Online | Published on January 30, 2014

By James C. Capretta

The Burr-Coburn-Hatch health reform plan is better than Obamacare in every way that matters with the public. Unlike Obamcare, the more people understand it and how it will work, the more they will like it.

The Burr-Coburn-Hatch Proposal

The Weekly Standard | Published on January 27, 2014

By James C. Capretta

The Burr-Coburn-Hatch plan demonstrates it is possible to fix the problems in American health care without the mandates, taxes, and power grab of Obamacare.