Health Policy Center

  • In this paper, we discuss several outstanding problems with the ACA that remain after the King v. Burwell decision and propose solutions.

  • Using data from the Current Population Survey from 2000 to 2014, this report presents results from an evaluation which indicate that neither the ACA or the Medicaid expansions had any adverse effect on labor supply.

  • This new analysis shows that the 2014 increase in national health expenditures is mostly attributable to 10.6 million Americans gaining health coverage, not an increase in the price of health services or health care spending per insured American.

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