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High-Deductible Health Insurance

This Study Is Forcing Economists to Rethink High-Deductible Health Insurance

By Sarah Kliff for Vox.com In 2006, about one in 10 employees had a health insurance deductible...

Aimee Sharp
Social Security Raises

No Social Security Raises Even if Medicare Soars

In this article originally published by The New York Times, learn why some Medicare beneficiaries could have record increases in their premiums.

Aimee Sharp
Medical Payment Model

Medicare Yet To Save Money Through Heralded Medical Payment Model

In this article, originally published by Kaiser Health News, learn why a medical payment model has yet to save the government money.

Chris Moynihan
Drug Access

ACA Improved Rx Drug Access, But Some Still Face Barriers to Finding Best Coverage

In this article, originally by California Healthline, learn why some consumers are finding their prescription drug access limited with their new insurance.

Chris Moynihan
ACA's Subsidies

2.2M Exchange Enrollees Missing Out on ACA’s Subsidies

In this article from California Healthline, learn why more than 2 mil. U.S. residents could be missing out on the cost-sharing ACA's subsidies.

Aimee Sharp
Higher Wages for Home Healthcare Workers, Court Rules

Court Upholds Rule Requiring Higher Wages for Home Healthcare Workers

A federal appeals court Friday upheld a new Department of Labor rule aimed at creating higher wages for many home healthcare workers. Labor groups cheered.

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act’s Two Futures

In this article originally published by California Healthline, join several experts as they hypothesize about the future of the Affordable Care Act.

Chris Moynihan
Texas hospital alliance

States May Tap Hospitals To Help Pay For Medicaid Expansion In 2017

Policymakers in Medicaid expansion states likely will try to wring some cash from hospitals starting...

Chris Moynihan

At Home, Many Seniors Are Imprisoned by Their Independence

Almost two million people over age 65, seniors, or nearly 6 percent of those Americans (excluding nursing home residents), rarely or never leave their homes ...

Chris Moynihan
That Obamacare Death Spiral Isn't Panning Out

That Obamacare Death Spiral Isn’t Panning Out

Warnings of a fatal imbalance in the risk pool now look ill-founded, with money left over in a fund...

Chris Moynihan
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