Monthly Archives: July 2012
Published April 15, 2012
by Don Mecoy, Senior Business Writer
Stanley F. Hupfeld, longtime CEO of Integris Health, wrote a book to save his television set. Growing increasingly frustrated with the political sound bites and cable TV coverage surrounding the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka “Obamacare,” Hupfeld starting writing rather than throw something at his TV.
The result is “Political Malpractice: How the Politicians Made a Mess of Health Reform” (Tate Publishing, $12.99, paperback), a fine primer for Americans wanting to know more about health reform. Hupfeld believes we are poorly served by the political rhetoric and cable TV news pundits involving “the often-uninformed rantings of those among us with the largest megaphones.” Continue reading
New poll raises concerns about impact of health care reform.