Monthly Archives: January 2014


I’m sorry Mr. Obama, that’s not entirely accurate.

By | January 30th, 2014|News|

Earlier this week in President Obama's State of the Union he made several comments about healthcare.  Some were vague and point to the fact that change is going to continue to be slow.  One good example of this was "For decades, few things exposed hard-working families to economic hardship more than a broken health care [...]

“Affordable” means something different to everyone

By | January 14th, 2014|News|

I see the word "affordable" used in conjunction with "healthcare" a lot.  Even more now that there is a little known bill that made its way to law called the "Affordable Care Act."   Heck if you type "aff" into a Google search the top four suggested searches are: So basically this means more people [...]

Can we as a community solve the healthcare problem?

By | January 9th, 2014|News|

Warning.  The sanity in this post decreases as you scroll down.  There.  You've been warned. I was recently at a family gathering in Lyons, CO (a place that was devastated by the flooding in Colorado) and as we were discussing the numerous trials and tribulations of the flood, my uncle made a comment that his [...]

Patients Need Loans

By | January 7th, 2014|News|

How's this for a three pack of charts assembled by our friends at the Huffington Post? Americans spend more than anyone else on healthcare. Americans don't go to the doctor very frequently (probably because we don't know how we're going to pay for it) AND we don't live very long (probably because we don't go [...]

It Can’t Continue Like This….but it might…

By | January 2nd, 2014|News|

I hate starting 2014 out like this, but it just has to be said, "This healthcare mess cannot continue!"  There.  That feels better.  Except one little thing.  It probably will continue.  And get increasingly messy.  Ahem.  Happy 2014! So while most of the nation equates "healthcare" to "obamacare" these days, I couldn't help but point [...]