Surprisingly, it may be tax reform — not Affordable Care Act repeal and replace — that has the greatest impact on the health care industry in 2017.
There was a time when lawmakers of opposing parties not only worked together, but also got along. They shared meals and got to know family members. And this was good for business.
Despite affecting as many 7 million people, cost-sharing reduction subsidies are often-ignored components of the Affordable Care Act.
With the health care industry in a state of limbo amid news of ACA repeal, repair and replace, one idea that has received far less attention than others is the concept of state flexibility.
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