Why Slower Healthcare Cost Inflation Isn’t Fixing Medicare Finances
Followers of the national healthcare policy debate may have noticed an interesting recent turn. After the Affordable Care Act (ACA)’s troubled rollout, the law’s supporters shifted to a new line to promote it: specifically, crediting the ACA with slowing the growth of national healthcare costs. This line is being pushed aggressively by the White House and its outside advisors. There is not much basis for this claim, as I have explained before. Read more…
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