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I sure hope Republicans enjoyed their victory lap for getting the American Health Care Act (AHCA) through the House by the thinnest margin, because there are two huge icebergs dead ahead: the backlash, and the Senate.
The Gorman Health Group 2017 Forum concluded last week in New Orleans with over 200 of our closest clients and partners. As we enter our 21st year, we returned to where it all began for us, with a little startup called Peoples Health, our first and closest client who now dominates southern Louisiana. The Forum ended the day JazzFest 2017 began, so many of us stayed to enjoy the festival and the best of New Orleans heritage and culture.
This week, amidst contentious discussions about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal, the new Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) leadership signaled brewing changes for the Medicaid program. As announced by the White House, HHS seeks to move forward with reforms by using the three-pronged approach of ACA repeal, legislative updates, and changes made through the administration.
On March 6, 2,540 days after the enactment of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the House Ways & Means and Energy & Commerce committees finally released their proposed legislation to repeal and replace it. The American Health Care Act of 2017 is a toxic hot mess: Read more
It’s only been four chaotic weeks into the Trump Administration, but the shapes in the fog in government health programs are slowly becoming clearer.
As the weeks go by and we continue to wait for substantive Affordable Care Act (ACA) “repeal/replace” legislation and regulations, January 31 marked the end of the 2017 Open Enrollment Period, necessitating a look into how the ACA is faring outside of the political sphere.