Governor Herbert signed an executive order deregulating telehealth industry in an effort to control the spread of coronavirus.
This bill codifies what Medicaid often does already, in providing reimbursement for the use of telehealth services along with normal services.
Reforming healthcare will take revolutionary changes in the industry. "Right to Shop" is one of those revolutionary ideas that passed the Utah Legislature this session.
This bill requires Utah's public employee insurance program to create savings reward programs to allow government employees to shop for low cost health care service options.
With healthcare on the front of everyone’s minds as Congress continues to formulate a replacement to ObamaCare, here is an idea that could revolutionize the industry and drive costs down tremendously. One of the largest...
Price shopping for medical services can be very difficult and time consuming, as prices aren’t generally accurate, and they vary depending on who’s paying the bill. If you have to price shop through an insurance company, it gets...
Last night, Governor Gary Herbert addressed government officials and members of the public to deliver his annual “State of the State” address. He touched on job creation, education, air quality, self-reliance, and...
This bill passed the Senate on a 17-12 vote but failed in a House committee on a 4-8 vote. Libertas Institute supports this bill. Senator Mark Madsen has sponsored legislation that would allow patients suffering from a few...
This bill was modified from its original version, and then passed both chambers of the legislature unanimously. Government mandates often unreasonably drive up the cost of health care, as regulations place direct burdens on...
This bill was tabled in committee. Libertas Institute supports this bill. The (not so) Affordable Care Act is a federal law that, among many other things, mandates the purchase of insurance. Not many are aware that members of...