A Policy Prescription for 2018

The controversy over health care reform often boils down to two issues: coverage and cost. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) made significant impact on the coverage issue, dropping the uninsured rate below 10% for the first time in the recorded history of the United States, covering 20+ million … Continue reading

At The Precipice

We stand at a defining point for health care in America. What is our next best step? Overwhelmingly, people believe that fixing the Affordable Care Act is the better way to proceed when compared with repealing and replacing a law that has already helped over 20 million Americans. Although the … Continue reading

Celebrating 10 Years!

As we embark on our 10th year of continuous publication, we wanted to thank you for reading our special brand of evidence-based health policy literature reviews. To reflect, here are our most popular posts from the past ten years: Individual Health Insurance Mandates - pros and cons  by … Continue reading

Get Well Senator McCain, But Take Your Time

With Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) recovering from a medical procedure and unable to make it to Washington, DC for a vote on the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the Senate has been forced to delay proceeding on this piece of legislation for the time being. This pause in the rush to repeal and … Continue reading