What has happened in Massachusetts over the past week and a half with Justina Pelletier and her family, shows that sunlight is the best disinfectant. For over a year, the parents of Justina Pelletier had lost the right to make medical decisions for their child. After Justina was transferred from Tufts Medical Center to Children’s Hospital, following her doctor,…Read More »
According to POLITICO, Deval Patrick thinks Barack Obama has not done enough to sell Obamacare to the people of America. Asked if the White House had done enough to win over the public on the ACA, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick replied: “The short answer is no.” Patrick said he didn’t mean that as a “critique” of the president, but…Read More »
Transferring patient information to health insurance providers is one of the core functions of a Health Exchange. It is also one of the pieces not working in the new Massachusetts Exchange, and it will cost $1.1M to enable – about 1/3 the cost of the original Health Connector site. In a presentation to the board, Jason Hetherington – the…Read More »
Deval Patrick told POLITICO yesterday that he is open to running for President.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signaled Sunday that he would be open to a White House bid at some point, though the governor has previously ruled out seeking the presidency in 2016.
Asked in an interview whether he could see himself as a national candidate – not…
If you have a moment to click on over to the Daily Caller today, you can read my article on how Massachusetts went from being the model for the Affordable Care Act to that act’s biggest failure. I’m grateful to Tucker Carlson and Vince Coglianese for accepting the article, and even more so for making it the featured article this…Read More »
In yesterday’s Boston Herald columnist and Herald Radio host Adriana Gale Cohen is the first person, in print, to call for Deval Patrick’s resignation. Cohen makes the case that Patrick doesn’t seem to care about governing, or the people’s lives that are in jeopardy due to his leadership style. If the DCF isn’t gutted and rebuilt with new management, there’s…Read More »
State Representatives Ryan Fattman (R-Webster), and Leah Cole (R-Peabody) circulated a letter to their colleagues in the House of Representatives which called for embattled Department of Children and Families Commissioner Olga Roche to resign. Twenty two of their fellow representatives signed on, and the letter was delivered to the Governor yesterday. Eight Democrats joined sixteen Republicans in signing the letter.…Read More »