Tony Carrk debunks the charge that the House budget protects patient choice while the Affordable Care Act will lead to a rationing of care.
Tony Carrk explains that the Affordable Care Act, not the House budget, provides more help to lower-income seniors while asking wealthier seniors to pay more.
Tony Carrk shows how the House’s plan to “save” Medicare merely shifts costs onto seniors while the Affordable Care Act controls costs and preserves benefits.
Tony Carrk explains that conservatives’ arguments about their Medicare proposal resemble benefits under the health reform law.
CAP Senior Health Policy Analyst Ellen-Marie Whelan testifies before the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee.
Judy Feder testifies before the House Subcommittee on Health Care, Distict of Columbia, Census, and the National Archives.
David Balto testifies before the House Judiciary Committee about revising the paradigm of health care antitrust enforcement.
Republican plans to repeal and replace health care reform will hurt Hispanic Americans, writes Lesley Russell.
Scot Paltrow shows how weak state regulation of the health insurance industry requires federal oversight of health premiums.
David Balto testifies about health care antitrust enforcement before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy, and Consumer Protection.