Health Insurance Markets During a Time Of Change

Materials List
All materials can be found in full at the sources indicated
Wednesday, February 1, 2017

“The Uninsured: A Primer – Key Facts about Health Insurance and the Uninsured in the Wake of National Health Reform.” Rachel Garfield, Melissa Majerol, Anthony Damico, and Julia Foutz. Kaiser Family Foundation. Nov 1, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/CkpN

“Proposals to Replace the Affordable Care Act.” Rep. Tom Price. Compiled by Kaiser Family Foundation. Jan 17, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/AHXV

“High-Risk Pools as Fallback for High-Cost Patients Require New Rules.” Drew Altman. Kaiser Family Foundation. January 23, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/reQt

“How Repealing Portions of the Affordable Care Act Would Affect Health Insurance Coverage and Premiums.” Congressional Budget Office. January 17, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/BU8b

“How Accessible and Affordable were Individual Market Health Plans before the Affordable Care Act? Depends Where You Lived.” Sandy Ahn. The Center on Health Insurance Reforms, Georgetown University Health Policy Institute. January 2017. Available at http://allh.us/8cma

“2016 Employer Health Benefits Survey.” Kaiser Family Foundation. September 14, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/UJ3p

“Essentials of Health Policy: A Sourcebook for Journalists and Policymakers-Private Coverage.” The Alliance for Health Reform. 2017. Available at http://allh.us/Dc76

“Don’t Let The Talking Points Fool You: It’s All About The Risk Pool.” Linda Blumberg and John Holahan. Health Affairs. March 15, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/U8tT

“Cassidy, Collins Introduce Comprehensive Obamacare Replacement Plan.” Senators Susan Collins and Bill Cassidy. January 23, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/MaHd

“Survey of Non-Group Health Insurance Enrollees, Wave 3.” Liz Hamel, Jamie Firth, Larry Levitt, Gary Claxton, and Mollyann Brodie. Kaiser Family Foundation. May 20, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/cgjb

“The GOP must be practical when replacing the ACA.” James C. Capretta. American Enterprise Institute. January 12, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/NrMJ

“How Large Employer Health Plans Could Be Affected By Obamacare Overhaul.” Michelle Andrews. NPR. January 19, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/Vmyt

“Pre-existing Conditions and Medical Underwriting in the Individual Insurance Market Prior to the ACA.” Gary Claxton, Cynthia Cox, Anthony Damico, Larry Levitt, and Karen Pollitz. Kaiser Family Foundation. Dec 12, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/Avau

“High-Risk Pools For Uninsurable Individuals.” Karen Pollitz. Kaiser Family Foundation.  July, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/nVJA

“Implications of Partial Repeal of the ACA Through Reconciliation.” Linda J. Blumberg, Matthew Buettgens, and John Holahan. Urban Institute. December 2016. Available at http://allh.us/ybAj

“Here’s What Happens after ObamaCare Is Gone.” Michael D. Tanner. CATO Institute. January 13, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/wbxn

“On Their Own: Far from a Remedy, Insurance for Individuals is a World of Pain.” Consumer Reports. January 2008. Available at http://allh.us/UWX6

“Get Health Insurance Through Your Employer? ACA Repeal Will Affect You, Too.” JoAnn Volk. Health Affairs. January 11, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/qce3

“Key Features of the Affordable Care Act By Year.” HHS. 2015. Available at http://allh.us/gyAk

“The ACA’s Section 1332 Waivers: Will We See More State Innovation in Health Care Reform?” Joel Ario. NIHCM Foundation. August 2016. Available at: http://allh.us/DnFh