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Dr. Donald A. Young

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Employment History


Tandy Hills Natural Area Inc


Health Insurance Association of America

Chief Operating Officer and Medical Director

Health Insurance Association of America






M.D. Interim President

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Don is a native of Fort Worth and discovered Tandy Hills as a teenager.

Flower Mound Citizens Against Urban Drilling: Sierra Club: Two tragic mistakes [cached]

Don Young of FWCANDO tells the story about two mistakes by the Sierra Club.

Don Young FWCanDo P.O. Box 470041 Fort Worth, TX 76147

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"As much as I like Wendy Davis, she was not a good advocate for my side," says Don Young, a Fort Worth local who started an early anti-fracking group, FwCanDo.

"Overall, they [the City Council] did exactly what the gas drillers wanted them to do," Young says.

The NIA Group [cached]

"This study clearly shows that consumers are ready to look at new alternatives for health care financing," said HIAA president Donald Young, M.D., "and we expect consumer choice health plans will quickly and dramatically increase in acceptance over the next five years."

According to Young, consumer choice health plans give consumers greater incentives to help control their own health care spending and to get more involved in their health care decisions.

HiWire - News Room - Combining Medicare Parts A And B Makes Sense For Seniors [cached]

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Combining Part A and Part B of the federal Medicare program makes sense for seniors because it would allow Medicare to better coordinate health care to beneficiaries, and more quickly respond to their coverage questions, according to Donald A. Young, M.D., Chief Operating Officer and Medical Director of the Health Insurance Association of America (HIAA).

Testifying today before the Subcommittee on Health of the House Energy and Commerce committee, Dr. Young observed that Medicare was modeled on private health coverage that existed at its inception in 1965. However, private coverage has since evolved, and now offers comprehensive benefits in and out of a hospital with a single annual deductible; while Medicare Part A and Part B continue to have separate deductibles, separate claims processors, and separate appeals processes, he noted.
Seniors would be better served if Medicare combined Part A and Part B so that it resembles today's private coverage, according to Dr. Young. "Among other things, this arrangement also facilitates disease management programs, through which insurers seek to apply the best practices to treatment of certain chronic diseases - such as asthma and diabetes - in order to control their progression of certain chronic diseases (e.g., asthma and diabetes mellitus)," he noted.
"In short, these disease management programs not only enhance the quality of care and patients' quality of life, but they also help reduce the need for hospitalization, emergency department visits, and other costly services," he added.
According to Dr. Young, under a private sector approach, inquiries by Medicare beneficiaries and their caregivers, as well as claims for services, would go to just one organization. He also said that currently, poor communication between fiscal intermediaries for Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B can result in lost opportunities to better coordinate patient care, and to identify and address fraud.
Medicare Part A covers inpatient hospital care, skilled nursing facility care, and hospice care; and Medicare Part B covers outpatient hospital and physician care, home health care, and other services. According to Dr. Young - who once served as executive director of the Congressional agency that reviews Medicare policy - a previous pilot project which combined inpatient hospital and physician payments was quite successful, and provided incentives for hospitals and outside physicians to work together to ident

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