Will State Public Options Deliver on Health Care Reform?
States developing public options may offer the federal government valuable lessons in expanding access to care at a lower cost.
COVID-19 and Access to Medical Care in the United States
Although Congress has failed to take big steps to ensure access to COVID-19 care, states are taking small but significant steps.
The Health-Sharing Duck
Health care sharing ministries seem similar to traditional health insurance, but they evade the scrutiny of federal and state regulators.
The Little Health Bill That Could
A proposed law would reduce the amount households spend on health care each year.
How Ending an ACA Subsidy Was Worth its Weight in Silver
Court sides with insurance companies in cost-sharing subsidies class action despite their use of “silver loading.”
Is Health Care Price Transparency Key to Lowering Costs?
A proposed rule seeks to force hospitals to disclose secret prices negotiated with health insurance companies.
Fixing the Family Glitch
Ambiguous language in the Affordable Care Act could keep affordable health care out of reach of millions.
Will the Affordable Care Act Die by Non-Enforcement?
U.S. cities file suit to force the Trump Administration to keep Obamacare alive.
Will an All-Payer System Lower Health Care Costs?
Maryland’s global budgeting scheme for hospitals may be a model for controlling rising health care prices.
Should the Federal Government Allow States to Require Medicaid Recipients to Work?
A federal judge strikes a blow to two states’ Medicaid work requirements.
Judge Suspends Rules Expanding Exemptions to the Contraceptive Mandate
National injunction stops corporations from claiming religious or moral exemptions to birth control coverage.
New Approach to Affordable Care Act Waivers Causes Controversy
The Trump Administration encourages states to use “innovation waivers” to find new ways to lower costs.