• John Locke Update

    A Briefing on North Carolina Medicaid Reform

    posted August 2, 2016 by Katherine Restrepo
    North Carolina legislators are waiting for the feds to approve their 1115 waiver to reform Medicaid, the state-federal health insurance program that covers low-income parents, children, the elderly, blind, and…
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    The Many Flavors of Direct Primary Care

    posted February 25, 2016 by Katherine Restrepo
    View in your browser. Tired of the average 7-minute doctor visit? Then consider making the switch to direct primary care (DPC). For an affordable monthly…
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    The Human Costs of Medicaid Expansion

    posted February 4, 2016 by Katherine Restrepo
    Last week’s newsletter highlighted the fiscal impact on North Carolina if the legislature agreed to opt for Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion. This week, I’ll touch on three…
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    The Fiscal Costs Of Medicaid Expansion

    posted January 27, 2016 by Katherine Restrepo
    This past Monday evening, I spoke on a panel at Wake Forest University’s School of Law on whether North Carolina should expand Medicaid, the medical assistance…
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    Obamacare’s Latest Victims

    posted December 10, 2015 by Katherine Restrepo
    View in your browser. Obamacare’s failing co-ops (consumer-operated and oriented health plans) simply reinforce that government intervention in health care creates all sorts…

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