Nov 05, 2015

Next steps for federal health care policy | Brookings Institution

To expand insurance coverage, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) significantly increased federal subsidies for health insurance for lower-income people and made important changes to the rules governing insurance markets. In my view, the system of rules and subsidies established by the ACA is the right system in its fundamental elements. Although health care spending has increased more slowly in...

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