The traits that alarm some are baseline features, not signs of a disease process.
In January 2014, the State of Maryland and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) came to terms on an ambitious approach to improve care for Marylanders and to slow the growth of health care costs.
Following the repeal of the individual mandate, what does the new year hold for the the future of the individual health insurance market?
The GOP‘s recent success in passing a tax reform plan that will increase growth could easily be undermined by certain fiscal realities unless Congress turns its attention to addressing the national debt.
Congress is expected to bring about changes to entitlements with the new year. Experts discuss potential reforms in 2018 to Social Security and Medicare.
Join AEI and several other world-class health policy scholars as we examine the unfinished to-do list of repair and reconstruction work ahead.
Despite the Obama Administration’s claim that the ACA would help to reduce health care costs, recent data show that national spending per capita on health care has grown somewhat faster during the past six years
As the country asks what can be done about the opioid crisis, AEI’s Sally Satel provides decades of research and a potential way forward.
Blaming the GOP tax plan for our country’s fiscal troubles ignores the role entitlement spending plays in crowding out available resources.
Much of the conventional wisdom propping up current health policy has in reality ambiguous empirical support.