The recent CBO report analyzing what would happen if the federal government ceased to make cost-sharing reduction (CSRs) payments to insurers demonstrates the problems with trying to dismantle the ACA piece by piece.
Much of the blame regarding the Republican failure to coalesce around a single vision for health reform stems from a lack of leadership from the White House.
The crackdown on pain medication prescribing is intended to help the addiction crisis—but it’s leaving chronic pain patients in untenable situations.
After the Senate Republicans were unable to begin the process to repeal Obamacare, the Problem Solvers Caucus is taking aim at the issue following the August recess. Experts discuss the viability of bipartisan healthcare reform.
Instead of rehashing each side’s opposing views of the ACA, a bipartisan approach to health reform requires each side to compromise, as they strive towards a common vision.
The above chart shows why people buy medicines sourced from overseas: they are overwhelmingly cheaper.
In this AEI Events Podcast, AEI’s Joseph Antos hosts health policy experts to discuss Medicare’s fiscal health following the release of the 2017 Medicare Trustees report.
Last month I reported that Sun Pharma was using US FDA approval of a leukemia drug to speed approval of the same drug in Panama, but then selling non-approved versions there. It seems this is in fact common practice for many firms, in several countries.
Following the latest failed efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare, experts discuss the details of healthcare policy. In addition, they examine reforms that could be made to help consumers.
President Trump’s tweet promising to end bailouts for insurance agencies and elected officials sparked heated debate over the sufficiency of Obamacare for Congressmen and women’s personal coverage. Congress has a hard road ahead if they are to ever reach an agreement over health care policy. Differing opinions on whether health care should be mandated have fueled some of the gridlock between party lines.