Skip to comments.Obama Contradicted: HHS Banned Consideration of ‘Cost Effectiveness’ in Developing Contraception
Posted on 02/16/2012 7:14:35 PM PST by Nachum
There would be no consideration of cost effectiveness. That was the explicit condition that the Department of Health and Human Services imposed on the panel of health-care experts it commissioned to develop the preventive services mandate that will require virtually all health-insurance plans in the United States to cover sterilizations and contraceptivesincluding those that cause abortions. The fact that HHS prohibited the panel from considering the cost effectiveness of the mandate it developed sharply contrasts with President Obamas declaration at the White House last Friday that his administration had adopted the
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Ruh-roh, the lone dissenter, Prof. Anthony Lo Sasso, will be thrown off the 16 member panel if he doesn’t learn to go with the flow.
He paints a picture of 16 people who didn’t use evidence, who were told they couldn’t use cost effectiveness of any approved coverage, to come up with this “contraception” coverage. 16 people are deciding what every insurance plan must cover, what will be considered “preventative”.
16 people rule the health care coverage industry.