Republican leadership, including the White House, needs to get past the slogans that served them well when they were not in power. A slash and burn approach to the CBO is not a substitute for the hard work of reforming health care.
As Senate Republicans struggle to whip the votes needed to pass their ACA repeal bill, there is serious reason to doubt that the bill will actually help to stabilize the individual market.
Republicans’ struggle to repeal and replace Obamacare demonstrates that they desperately need a goal for health-care reform. That goal should be universal coverage.
CBO’s estimates of the revised BCRA make it clear that the new version of the legislation is unlikely to improve how the legislation is perceived by the public.
Following the news of Senator John McCain’s declining health, experts discuss the future of Republican efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. In addition, they discuss the potential for GOP changes to tax policy.
The GOP’s failure to pass a replacement to the ACA demonstrates the intrinsic difficulty of passing major social policy along party lines. Now is the time for Republicans to carefully formulate their priorities and demonstrate a willingness to compromise in the pursuit of broader reform.
With mounting division within the Republican Party, experts discuss potential compromises in repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. In addition, the idea of a bipartisan healthcare reform effort is examined.
The medical and economic literature broadly accepts that credentialed pharmacies are safe, but politically this is irrelevant.
It is not news to point out that some Indian drug companies mislead regulators and patients about product quality. But new sleights of hand are evident in Panama, and perhaps elsewhere in the LATAM region.
Experts suggest that the political implications from Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer are unprecedented and could be damaging, even if the meeting itself was harmless. The GOP rushed the process of creating the health care bill and left many senators wishing for a better deal, but the party will need every Republican vote to pass the Senate. If Republicans don’t repeal Obamacare, the party will be demoralized.