James Lansberry, president of Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries, explains why former opponents to national health care have suddenly become supporters.
If you believe all the hoopla from government officials and major media sources, you’d get the impression that national health care would be the greatest thing since bandages for sliced fingers. However, very little has been openly discussed or debated about what’s being promised to industry groups in return for their cooperation and support. In every respect, this has the makings of a dangerous “Let’s Make a Deal” bargaining game where cost savings and improved service by may be a false illusion.
Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries is a Peoria organization provides expert analysis on health care issues, including alternatives to insurance. Besides serving as president of AHCSM, James Lansberry serves as vice president of Samaritan Ministries International, also based in Peoria.
Lansberry has written articles for Heritage Forum and the Journal of Modern Ministry and has been interviewed by CBS Evening News, U.S. News and World Report, and the Washington Post.