We got a last-minute notice about an event tonight (livestream available) at the Institute of Politics at Harvard’s Kennedy School that may be of interest to AHCJ members.
Congress seems stuck on ACA alternatives – but what do some of the top academic minds think the next step in national health reform should be? Continue reading
We all understand what “repeal” means. But what does a nice-sounding word like “reconciliation” have to do with unraveling the Affordable Care Act?
The repeal process is underway – the Republican-controlled Congress got to work even before President-elect Donald Trump took office. Continue reading
Covering Health will have more about the election of Donald J. Trump as U.S. president but we start with some links about Trump and his positions on health care, especially the Affordable Care Act, which he says he will repeal. Continue reading
The fourth open enrollment season of the Affordable Care Act – for coverage in 2017 – begins on Nov. 1.
Here are four key dates to remember: Continue reading
Hillary Clinton this week unveiled a comprehensive plan to reform how mental health care is delivered in this country. While it calls for addressing many of the most serious problems in the behavioral health care system, it could be hampered – at least initially – by a severe shortage of mental health professionals at all levels (map as of 2014).
To address that problem, the plan calls for increasing reimbursement for collaborative care (where mental health professionals work with medical providers) in Medicare and Medicaid Continue reading