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Source data: Katherine G. Carman, Christine Eibner and Susan M. Paddock. “Trends In Health Insurance Enrollment, 2013-15,” Health Affairs, May 2015, which cites RAND’s Health Reform Opinion Study. The ACA at Five Years – Five Things Worth Celebrating The Affordable Care Act (ACA) turned five this spring without a lot of fanfare. Unlike other milestones in the ACA’s … Continue reading ACA at Five Years-Five Things Worth Celebrating/ 5 Year Highlights (7/8/15)
It’s been a month since the election, and it’s taken me some time to formulate my thoughts. I’m generally a “cup half full” sort of person, but this has been a tough time. It’s painful to confront the harsh daily rhetoric about repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), especially since I’ve spent the last ten … Continue reading Personal Reflections on Health Reform, Then and Now (12/15/16)
When I started this blog three years ago, I focused largely on health reform, and specifically the Affordable Care Act (ACA). My goal was to help “make sense” of the overwhelming amount of new information about exchanges, insurance market reforms, and more. We are in another time of turmoil, this one generated by the changes … Continue reading Making Sense of Health Reform: ACA Themes Supported by Republicans (6/29/17)
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