Health Care Innovation

True health care reform should unleash innovation so technology and health-care quality can advance for everyone, especially the least fortunate.

To unleash medical innovation, the health care industry needs to operate more like the Internet economy, where people and companies can innovate and compete to advance quality care and and give patients better options at lower costs.

The possibilities are limitless. Innovative technologies like telemedicine, telemetry, health apps and 3-D printing have the potential to expand and improve health care if states are willing to empower providers to use them.

Telemedicine, for example, can eliminate distance barriers and improve access to medical care for people living in impoverished and rural communities. But according to the American Telemedicine Association, 28 states and Washington, D.C. currently limit how doctors can treat patients via telemedicine, which prevents patients from reaping the full health benefits of this innovative technology.


Apr 08, 2016

“I Liked My Insurance, but Couldn’t Keep It” What People Are Saying About the ACA

Recently, Freedom Partners shared on Facebook our recent Affordable Care Act research showing that health insurance premiums in the five years since the passage of Obamacare have risen at a faster rate…

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Jan 14, 2016

Study Confirms State Certificate of Need Laws Limit Access

The evidence continues to mount that state “certificate of need” laws are restricting access to crucial health care services. Certificate of need laws—or CON for short—require health care providers to…

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Jan 12, 2016

CMS Scrambles To Comfort Insurers While Millions Struggle Under Obamacare

Arlington, VA — Yesterday the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt spoke to JP Morgan’s health care conference in an attempt to quell industry investors’ concerns over the…

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Nov 24, 2015

Freedom Partners Joins Call to Prevent Taxpayer Bailout of Obamacare

Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce and more than two dozen other groups urged Congress today to reject calls by the Obama administration to bailout the insurance companies by removing important taxpayer protections…

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