Dr. Perryman explains this thought process and provides an argument for why it is incorrect.
Dr. Perryman explains the most recent development that may push Texas legislators toward expanding this healthcare program.
Dr. Perryman breaks down his firm's findings in a recent study on the benefits of a federal program to expand coverage for Texans.
President Trump decides to end the Obamacare subsidies. Dr. Perryman takes a look and is left scratching his head.
Three strikes, and the Republican plan to fix Obamacare is dead. What did Dr. Perryman think about the GOP effort?
Congressional leaders in the White House still haven't given up on passing some kind of healthcare reform this year. How should they proceed? Dr. Perryman has some ideas.
We don't hear much, if anything, in the healthcare debate about what Dr. Perryman says is the secondary impact of healthcare access.
The US House has introduced its initial budget plan, a blueprint that includes substantial cuts to social programs. In other words, Dr. Perryman says it will be difficult to pass.