The bigger Medicaid becomes, the less care the neediest people actually receive. What is Medicaid? An easy explanation for the average voter: Founded in 1965, Medicaid is a jointly funded, federal-state insurance project for low-income and needy Americans. Initially, the program covered impoverished children, the blind, the disabled and others who are eligible to receive… Read More

For well over two decades the political class has debated the cost of health care coverage and what to do about it, without ever addressing the possibility that their intervention in the health care marketplace has created most of the problem. Rather than acknowledge the difference between health care coverage, health insurance, and actual health… Read More

This list of Resources was compiled by the Think Freely Media (TFM) staff and originally published as part of “How Health Care Should Be,” a project highlighting the positive impact market forces can have on our health care system.  These policy research and websites to organizations that offer more information on DPC.  RESEARCH AND INFORMATION ON DPC Direct… Read More

This list of Frequently Asked Questions was compiled by the Think Freely Media (TFM) staff and originally published as part of “How Health Care Should Be,” a project highlighting the positive impact market forces can have on our health care system.  The complete FAQ can be downloaded here. What is Direct Primary Care (DPC) and how… Read More

Among Hispanic patients with type 2 diabetes, involvement of family members in a culturally targeted intervention program may yield improvements in glycemic control, diabetes knowledge, self-efficacy and physical health-related quality of life.However, additional efforts to maintain these improvements are necessary, researchers wrote. Jie Hu, PhD, RN, FAAN, professor of community practice nursing at The University… Read More

   Dr. Trinette Moss runs her family practice a little differently than most physicians. Instead of taking insurance, she prefers cash, check or credit card. Billing at her office works like this: Patients between 18 and 49 years old pay $60 a month. The fee covers unlimited office visits, urgent care services and an annual… Read More