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HSPH’s Robert Blendon talks about the fallout from contradictory federal appellate court rulings on the low-income subsidy provisions of President Obama’s signature health law. Watch now 

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Holly Fernandez Lynch

VIDEO: After Hobby Lobby, ACA exceptions may become the rule

Holly Fernandez Lynch, Executive Director of The Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School, analyzes the impact of the Supreme Court’s recent decision, saying the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), passed by Congress, will shape the impact as much as the court itself, because the high court used RFRA as its guide.

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Related links

Health Stew - a blog on health care policy and politics by John McDonough, HSPH professor of the practice of public health.

An Ounce of Evidence - the blog of Ashish Jha – physician and health policy researcher.

Other resources

ACA litigation blog - News, legal analysis, and documents related to constitutional challenges to the ACA

HealthCare.gov -  Official site of the Health Insurance Marketplace

Kaiser Family Foundation - A good source for infographics, statistics, and other information on the ACA

Kaiser Health News: Health reform - Independent coverage of health care policy and politics

New York Times: In Practice - A blog tracking the Affordable Care Act

Politico: Health care - Politics and the health care system

RealClearPolitics: Public Approval of Health Care Law - Aggregated public opinion data plus news and commentary

Washington Post Politics: All your Obamacare questions answered - Questions and answers around the ACA topics discussed most

Quote/Unquote

“If we are smart about using the doctors we have today, we can easily absorb the new patients into our system and provide high quality care for everyone.”

- Ashish Jha, professor of health policy and management, HSPH

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