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Slow repeal of the ACA and its impact on rural healthcare and communities

This is the fifth article in our series on the effect of the “slow repeal” of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This week’s article focuses on the potential impact of the slow repeal of the ACA on rural communities and healthcare. Continued Fragile System Leads to Uncertainty or Closure Causing Economic Ripple Effect Throughout Rural … Continue Reading

Slow repeal of the ACA and its impact on the individual health insurance industry

This is the fourth article in our series on the effect of the “slow repeal” of the ACA. This week’s article starts a three-part discussion on the potential impact of the slow repeal of the ACA on the health insurance industry, with this week’s focus on the individual health insurance market. On February 2, 2017, … Continue Reading

Rep. Tom Price Confirmation Hearings – What we have learned

President Trump’s nominee for Secretary of the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Congressman Tom Price (R-Ga.), has now completed two confirmation hearings in the Senate. If confirmed, Rep. Price will direct more than $1 trillion of annual spending, as well as assist in developing and implementing a replacement for the Affordable Care Act … Continue Reading

Slow repeal of the ACA and its effect on the pharmaceutical industry

This is the third article in our series on the effect of a “slow repeal” of the ACA. This week’s discussion focuses on the potential impact of a slow repeal of the ACA on the pharmaceutical industry (Pharma). Unlike many of the players detailed in our prior articles on the slow repeal of the ACA, … Continue Reading

Slow repeal of the ACA and its effect on physicians

This is the second article in our series on the effect of a “slow repeal” of the ACA, which began January 3, 2017, when Senate Budget Committee Chairman Mike Enzi introduced a budget resolution with instructions to the relevant Senate and House committees to develop a plan to repeal the ACA. The four committees that … Continue Reading
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