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Insurance Pools: How Do We Pay for the Expensive People?

Why you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.

I think for most people, including me at times, the effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is an exercise in taking something they didn’t understand well but have feelings about, and replacing it with something else they don’t understand well and will have feelings about.  I could comment on the state of our legislative process surrounding this case, but that’s for another day and another blog. 

Instead, if you can stand it, I’m going to use this column to try to explain the difficulty in reshaping the insurance pools in the ACA.
 

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Is A Better Way Actually Better?

In the current debate over the Affordable Care Act's repeal and replacement, we are watching the collision of two world views.

 

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Five Things I think About the Next Phase of Health Care Reform

By Jay Want, MD, CIVHC CMO

This is not the end of Obamacare; it’s the beginning.

In a surprising move, Paul Ryan pulled the American Health Care Act, the Republican ACA repeal and replace bill, last Friday. It had become clear that there was no movement to the left or the right that would garner enough votes to allow passage in the House.

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