SCOTUS Uncertainty Deters Innovation

It's tough for leaders of healthcare organizations to get traction on the many fixes the industry needs. Because the fight over policy is never really over, potential solutions never get the chance to be fully implemented.

2 comments on "SCOTUS Uncertainty Deters Innovation"
M Cylkowski (6/19/2012 at 3:27 PM)

Phil, you might need a course in critical thinking. Your premises and conclusions support a fallacious argument. SCOTUS is not the cause. After years of Healthcare doing nothing, now it's SCOTUS causing a pause in innovation? I don't think so.
s bren (6/15/2012 at 2:28 PM)

Weak and ineffective argument Casting the "regulatory inhibition" net of stultifying regulations wiping out innovation is an inapprotiate expectation of SCOTUS. Regulation is subordinate to and the responsibilty of the President. SCOTUS is peer to Congress and the President and our last defense against tyranny. The President is solely accountable for the regulatory morrass, not SCOTUS, not Congress.


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