Healthcare (February 2012)

New data show health law is helping seniors

When President Obama delivered his State of the Union message last month, he talked about American values: the idea that if you work hard and play by the rules, you should be able to make a good life for yourself and family, and have something left for retirement.

Innovation key to fighting ‘super bugs’

Imagine you are recovering from a routine surgery only to find yourself fighting for your life a few days later because of a bacterial infection that was acquired as a result of the procedure.

Medicaid challenge requires creativity

When our government is $15 trillion in debt, a program that will spend nearly $4.5 trillion over the next decade is ripe for review. 

Government must get serious about reforming entitlements

The president’s annual State of the Union address is an opportunity for our country’s elected leader to put aside partisan politics, talk to Congress and the American people about our country’s direction and outline his priorities.