Category: Politics and Wash. Policy

POLICY | N. Carolina | “Instead of Medicaid expansion, the state could expand access with innovative health care delivery models including North Carolina’s free and charitable clinics — which get only 20 percent of their funding from government sources — and direct primary care.”

Posted on November 3, 2017 | By Bladen Journal Future of free-market health reforms uncertain, experts say News By Dan Way – Carolina Journal Katherine Restrepo, director of health care policy at […]

VIRGINIA | S. Landes … “In 2017, I introduced House Bill 2053, allowing the establishment of direct primary care agreements between doctors and their patients, establishing a new innovative healthcare delivery model between patients and doctors. I also serve on the Joint Subcommittee for Health and Human Resources Oversight.”

Candidate Statement: Steve Landes, 25th District Virginia House of Delegates   By Crozet Gazette – November 4, 2017 During my tenure in the General Assembly, I have gained the reputation of being […]

VIRGINIA | S. Landes … “In 2017, I introduced House Bill 2053, allowing the establishment of direct primary care agreements between doctors and their patients, establishing a new innovative healthcare delivery model between patients and doctors. I also serve on the Joint Subcommittee for Health and Human Resources Oversight.”

Candidate Statement: Steve Landes, 25th District Virginia House of Delegates   By Crozet Gazette – November 4, 2017 During my tenure in the General Assembly, I have gained the reputation of being […]