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Health care market uncertainties loom for insurers

With Republican efforts to repeal and/or replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) stalled, uncertainties loom for health insurers and could influence their future decisions on whether or not to participate in the ACA’s health care exchanges, according to…

Senate health care plan threatens the nation’s health

Senate Republicans have proposed a health care bill that would severely cut Medicaid and limit the access and affordability of private health insurance—in spite of clear evidence that health insurance expansions in the past have improved access to…

A guide to Obamacare

In this week’s episode: A health care expert offers her advice for people buying insurance through Obamacare.

Evaluating presidential candidates’ economic proposals

Most of the presidential candidates’ economic proposals are bad, although a few have some merit, according to a panel of economists contacted by NPR’s Planet Money. Katherine Baicker, C. Boyden Gray Professor of Health Economics at Harvard T.H.…

Summit brings together U.S., China health leaders

October 6, 2015 — Public health practitioners, policy makers, and industry representatives from China and the U.S. gathered September 28–29, 2015, to share experiences and ideas around health system reform. The 5th U.S.–China Summit, hosted by Harvard T.H.…

Emergency room doctors busy, despite ACA

Doctors responding to an American College of Emergency Physicians poll released May 4, 2015 report more patients are seeking emergency room treatment since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) went into effect in 2014. One of the ACA selling…