Although the public debate on health insurance coverage centers on a thumbs-up, thumbs-down fight over the Accountable Care Act, our national system needs a lot of smaller fixes.
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I have no doubt Republicans will insist on proposing their own complex plan to reform the health insurance system that will include repealing and replacing Obamacare. But I think it is going to get them into more political trouble than it’s worth.
There is “a massive opportunity for healthcare systems to reshape their economics as they see declining reimbursement on the inpatient side”
A fierce opponent of Obamacare and one of the law’s key authors came together at a Washington briefing recently to sing the praises of a proposal to bring “clinical nuance” to the Medicare benefit. Whether this beatific health care reform bipartisanship can alter policy, however, remains to be seen.
I’d like to make a number of subtle and not-so-subtle points today, and I hope you’ll stick with me.
So, if a health plan can no longer vary its benefit choices, how can it distinguish itself on price?
This infographic was designed to raise awareness about the role that Family Nurse Practitioners play in health care reform under the Affordable Care Act.
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