“Race Card” Not Enough to Protect Obama from Lies and Incompetence

BY DERRYCK GREEN To say the ObamaCare rollout has been difficult for President Obama is an understatement. It is the epitome of a disaster. Obama has been in damage-control mode since October 1. The release of his signature legislation, the misnamed Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), has been disastrous. Bureaucratic incompetence is on full display as […]

Expanding Medicaid: A Foolish Way to Improve Healthcare Access

BY SALLY C. PIPES United States Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius recently said “that if you want a healthier population, looking at the opportunity to expand Medicaid has got to be a piece of the puzzle.” Expansion of Medicaid — the jointly run federal-state health plan for low-income Americans — has long been […]

The Power of Prevention

BY KENNETH THORPE, Ph.D. The media is abuzz with stories of outrageous markups at many hospitals. One of the most eye-popping numbers making the rounds? A supposedly “non-profit” hospital charges $1.50 per pill for a generic version of Tylenol. That’s about 100 times the retail price. Obviously, health care takes too much out of our […]

BON SECOURS MAKING MOVES AT GOOD SAM HOSPITAL

BON SECOURS MAKING MOVES AT GOOD SAM HOSPITAL

Hospital announces new Diabetes Center and updated business model that will bring private practices onto hospital campus Private practices will now be thriving under the umbrella of Bon Secours administration on the site of Good Samaritan Hospital as part of a new trend in the healthcare management. Some of the top firms in Rockland County […]