Topic: Affordable Care Act

Republican health reform plan represents political sea change

A new health reform proposal from three leading Senate Republicans represents a fundamental shift in the politics of health reform and the Affordable Care Act, according to John McDonough of Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). Writing January 30, 2014 in his…

ACA this week - Ben Sommers

Will low-income Americans migrate to obtain Medicaid? Learn more in a new weekly series from the Forum at Harvard School of Public Health. Visit HSPH's Affordable Care Act page for more ACA coverage.

ACA this week - John McDonough

Did President Obama make a convincing case for the ACA in the State of the Union? Check out the new series from the Forum at Harvard School of Public Health. Visit HSPH’s Affordable Care Act page for more ACA coverage.

ACA this week - Medicaid and the states

Why is it hard for low-income Americans to sign up for Medicaid? Learn more in a new weekly series from the Forum at Harvard School of Public Health. Visit HSPH’s Affordable Care Act page for more ACA coverage.

People lacking insurance not likely to migrate to obtain Medicaid coverage

States choosing Medicaid expansion shouldn’t expect costly influx of individuals from states not expanding coverage Other studies examine accountable care organizations and communication-and-resolution programs  For immediate release: Monday, January 6, 2014  Boston, MA — Amidst the patchwork nature of Medicaid expansion in…

Four HSPH faculty weigh in on Affordable Care Act

The Harvard Crimson spoke with Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) faculty members for a Year in Review article on implementing the Affordable Care Act. HSPH researchers, including [[John McDonough]], [[Katherine Baicker]], and [[Meredith Rosenthal]], have been at the forefront of the…