Category Archives: Healthcare

Laffer on Health Care

In the WSJ, Arthur Laffer writes: The health-care wedge is an economic term that reflects the difference between what health-care costs the specific provider and what the patient actually pays. When health care is subsidized, no one should be surprised … Continue reading

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Healthcare with a Conscience

From First Things: Healthcare with a Conscience By James C. Capretta Tuesday, November 18, 2008, 7:38 AM Healthcare institutions owned and operated by the Catholic Church are, and always have been, an important component of the nation’s healthcare infrastructure. By … Continue reading

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