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A System in Crisis Steve Riczo
Category: Health Care Published: September 2006
"Health care reform should be elevated to the same level as our other most pressing issues, such as the revamping of Social Security, energy conservation and development, and terrorism prevention."
Are We at the Tipping Point? Steve Riczo
Category: Medicine & Health Published: March 2016
"The entrenched challenges of the U.S. health care system demand a transformed approach. Left unchanged, health care will continue to underperform, cause unnecessary harm, and strain national, state, and family budgets."
Education Interventions: Possibilities for Improvement? Steven Riczo
Category: Education Published: January 2004
"It certainly would be legitimate for taxpayers--who foot the bill for the 90% of students who attend pubilc schools--to ask why, after three decades of reform, there is no measurable progress."
Globalizing Health Care Through Medical Tourism Steve Riczo , Sarah Riczo
Category: Medicine & Health Published: September 2009
". . . Why not strengthen medical care around the world in a manner that benefits the U.S. economy, American patients, and our trading partners abroad?"
Guns, America, and the 21st Century Steven Riczo
Category: Life in America Published: March 2001
"In the area of gun control, it is time to leran from the experiences of other developed nations in a manner that preserves individual rights, improves informed consumer choice, and encourages responsibility and accountability."
Looking for a Fair Share Steve Riczo
Category: Economics Published: March 2021
"We should commit to using our ability to innovate to find a way to share broadly the benefits of a strong U.S. economy with all Americans."
More Bureaucracy Unbundled Steve Riczo
Category: Medicine & Health Published: January 2018
"[MACRA is supposed] to address high medical costs and the need to improve quality of care. The legislation is very complex, containing even more pages than . . . ObamaCare."
ObamaCare to the Rescue? Steve Riczo
Category: Medicine & Health Published: March 2014
"Congress should work with the President to implement and support the best parts of the law while refining components that need improvement--and eliminate those that do not work."
ObamaCare's Rocky Road to Reality Steve Riczo
Category: National Affairs Published: January 2011
". . . If the law ultimately is repealed, it should be replaced with a streamlined version that more sensibly meets the objectives of universal coverage at a more affordable price."
Ready, Fire, Aim? Steve Riczo
Category: Eye on Ecology Published: March 2022
"Make no mistake, the war on global waming is a war like no other."
Repeal and Replace? Steve Riczo
Category: Medicine & Health Published: January 2017
"Look at the broad spectrum of the many, many small and medium changes that are part of [ObamaCare] that are addressing gaps, that are addressing needs, and consider them carefully before making decisions about how to move forward with them."
Saving a Nation Adrift Steve Riczo
Category: Economics Published: September 2007
"Through diligence & hard work, avoidance of complacency, an active citizenry, election of worthy leaders, & a strong sense of morality, the U.S. can emerge as the undisputed leader of the free world in every sense of the phrase for many years to come."
Seeking Shelter from the Storm Steve Riczo
Category: Life in America Published: July 2019
"We can end homelessness as a country. We choose to allow homelessness to exist, but we can choose differently."
Share the Wealth Steve Riczo
Category: Dollars & Sense Published: September 2018
Today, 10% of Americans possess 76% of the nation's wealth; the top one percent own 40%; and the richest three Americans own more wealth than the bottom half of U.S. populations combined.
The Billion-Dollar Question Steve Riczo
Category: American Thought Published: March 2020
". . . Bernie Sanders, one of the top contenders for the Democratic nomination for president, insists billionares should not exist. Is he right?"
The Learning Curve Daniel Riczo , Steve Riczo
Category: Worldview Published: March 2018
Are the lessons of the Cold War past lost on contemporary America?