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Donald M. Berwick
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Obamacare is the Kryptonite of American politics: Not even Superman himself could survive touching this truly terrible law. Witness the latest voluntary victim of President Obama's race toward socialized medicine: one Dr. Donald M. Berwick. Few are more deserving than he. Obamacare is heading for the ash heap of history, where it belongs, and so are the politicians who forced it upon an unwilling America. Good riddance.
Medicare premiums for most seniors will rise slightly next year after a three-year freeze that was pegged to stagnant Social Security benefits.
President Obama's health care law is an "expedition," Dr. Donald M. Berwick, head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, said Thursday.
The Health and Human Services Department on Wednesday rejected changes in Indiana's Medicaid plan that ban funding for Planned Parenthood, sending a warning to other states considering similar legislation.
Senate Republicans Tuesday took aim at President Obama's choice to oversee a key component of his health care overhaul plan, complaining about the way the choice was made and the lack of time given to lawmakers to question him.
Senate Republicans on Tuesday took aim at President Obama's appointee to oversee a major component of his health care overhaul plan, complaining about the way the nomination was made and the lack of time given to lawmakers to question him.