The Massachusetts' Not-So-NICE Waiver Idea

Letter to Leaders: Americans Need Relief

Charting a new path to provide more choices for more affordable coverage.

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The Massachusetts' Not-So-NICE Waiver Idea

The Massachusetts' Not-So-NICE Waiver Idea

It would put an appointed board in charge of making decisions about what drugs Medicaid patients will be able to get, not their doctors.

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How Lawmakers Should Deal with Obamacare Cost-Sharing-Reduction Payments

How Lawmakers Should Deal with Obamacare Cost-Sharing-Reduction Payments

Premiums increased by double digits even for Obamacare policies that were not affected by the funding cutoff. Restorng CSR payments in 2018 will not dampen these premium increases.

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Mandates, Regulation, and the Uninsured

Thank you, Mr. Chairman, and members of the committee for inviting me to testify today as you address the challenge of why, despite years of effort to try to reverse the trends, more and more Americans are without health insurance. My name is Grace-Marie Arnett, and I am president of the Galen Institute, a not-for-profit […]

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The Federal Employees Health Benefit Program as a Model for Medicare Reform

Grace-Marie Arnett, president of the Galen Institute, was invited to present testimony on May 22, 1999, in Sanford, Florida, on free-market options for Medicare reform. The hearing was conducted by Rep. Joe Scarborough, chairman of the Subcommittee on Civil Service of the House Government Reform Committee. Here is Grace-Marie’s testimony. Testimony presented before the Civil […]

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The Federal Employees Health Benefit Program as a Model for Medicare Reform

Grace-Marie Arnett, president of the Galen Institute, was invited to present testimony on May 22, 1999, in Sanford, Florida, on free-market options for Medicare reform. The hearing was conducted by Rep. Joe Scarborough, chairman of the Subcommittee on Civil Service of the House Government Reform Committee. Here is Grace-Marie’s testimony. Testimony presented before the Civil […]

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Medicare Held Hostage as Campaign 2000 Weapon

San Diego Union Tribune The Medicare caldron is boiling once again, and the White House appears ready to use it to scald Republicans at the ballot box again next year. This time, however, a few key Democrats may spoil the soup.  Hopes collapsed last week that the high-powered National Bipartisan Commission on the Future of […]

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Medicare Held Hostage as Campaign 2000 Weapon

San Diego Union Tribune The Medicare caldron is boiling once again, and the White House appears ready to use it to scald Republicans at the ballot box again next year. This time, however, a few key Democrats may spoil the soup.  Hopes collapsed last week that the high-powered National Bipartisan Commission on the Future of […]

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Tax Initiatives Gain Strength

Several key members of Congress and a number of influential organizations are working on initiatives that would reverse the alarming growth in the number of Americans without health insurance.House Majority Leader Dick Armey is leading the charge. He delivered a speech before the American Hospital Association recently in which he put himself squarely on record […]

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