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Broken individual market needs nuanced attention

| Jan 4, 2017 | California, Texas, Washington

There is going to be a sea of news coverage on attempts to "repeal and replace" the ACA in the coming months. Observers are already waking up the fact it's going to be a long process to unwind a complex federal law: The rush to immediately chip away at Obama’s...[ Read More ]

Providers v. health insurers: old headline, new dynamics

| Jan 4, 2017 | Texas

If there is one thing one can expect in the world of health policy and the business of health care, it's that there will at times be public disputes between big players in the system, usually over how much one pays the other. Thus, spates between hospital systems and health...[ Read More ]

Q&A with Rep. Garnet Coleman on Medicaid, the ACA, & the upcoming legislative session

| Jan 3, 2017 | Texas

State of Reform recently talked with Rep. Garnet Coleman about the upcoming legislative session in Austin . The following Q&A focuses on discussion related to Medicaid and the ACA. It has been edited for clarity and length.  State of Reform: There's a lot of talk in the health care world about...[ Read More ]

Thanks to our Texas Convening Panel

| Jan 2, 2017 | Texas

As the holiday season comes to an end and we head into toward 2017, we're grateful for the effort and insight of some key Texans in health care. Special thanks to the members of the Convening Panel for our February 8 event!  The Convening Panel is a key part of...[ Read More ]

Texas & Medicaid | James Capretta | The ACA's poisoned politics

| Dec 20, 2016 | Texas

While the holidays mean work life for many is slowing down, big challenges and opportunities are on the horizon for health care. So, here are 5 Things We're Watching in Texas health care as we head into the heart of the holiday season.  1. Texas' Medicaid Opportunity The selection of Seema...[ Read More ]

Another Medicaid issue for the Texas legislature

| Dec 12, 2016 | Texas

Before November's election results, it seemed clear the next Texas legislative session would include significant discussion of Medicaid.  In the world before President-elect Trump, all signs pointed to the Medicaid 1115 waiver being a key point of discussion, even above debate about Medicaid expansion. In the world with President-elect Trump, and...[ Read More ]