Health Policy News Fall White Paper Released
Today, PCG’s Health Policy News team released our annual fall white paper. This year’s topic is “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Ten Years Later: States Take the Lead.”
September 23, 2020 marked the 10 year anniversary of the start of implementation of major, long-term provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). Having just passed that anniversary, we are using our annual white paper series to catch up on the ACA’s unique path to implementation and, in particular, how it has impacted states. It is especially timely to take a look back at the history of the ACA’s implementation now, as we approach a national election that—regardless of its outcome—will undeniably have a significant impact on healthcare and the upcoming Supreme Court argument of California v Texas.
Following the election, we will release a follow-up paper examining the likely future of the ACA in light of the election outcome and Supreme Court decision, and continued efforts at the state level to best address healthcare needs.
Click here to read the first in this series of papers.
Register today for Health Policy News’ Fall Webinar
As always, we are following the release of our annual white paper with a virtual interactive discussion. On October 29th at 11am EST, the Health Policy News team will host a webinar to discuss “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Ten Years Later: States Take the Lead.”
Given the upcoming election’s expected impact on health policy and provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), and just following the 10 year anniversary of the start of implementation of major and long-term provisions, we wanted to take time to discuss the unique history of the ACA—particularly, how states have risen to the occasion, leveraged opportunities, and addressed gaps that resulted from changes during ACA implementation to make the law work best for their local needs.
We hope that you will join us and participate in this interactive discussion in advance of a busy election week. Please submit any questions or topics you would like us to speak about by emailing our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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