"Now we know: Rejecting the Medicaid expansion could kill nearly 6,000 people each year," writes TCF fellow Harold Pollack in Politico. Read Pollack's latest on a groundbreaking new study on health care in Massachusetts.
An article in The Hill cites TCF senior fellow Harold Pollack's recent Healthinsurance.org blog post on a new RomneyCare study and its implications for the Affordable Care Act.
“Ten years of Romneycare data offer solid evidence that the Affordable Care Act could reduce the nation’s mortality rate,” writes TCF fellow Harold Pollack at the Healthinsurance.org blog. Read Pollack’s full analysis of a new study of health care in Massachusetts at Healthinsurance.org.
In Sunday’s Daily News, fellow Michael Cohen explains how President Obama’s now much-debunked claim that “If you like your health insurance, you can keep it” under the Affordable Care Act illustrates one of the basics of the American electorate: We clamor for change, then complain when changes affect us.READ MORE
Compared to other advanced nations, America’s retirement security and health care systems offer weaker protections against risks we all face. The Century Foundation’s work focuses on ideas for strengthening Social Security, pensions, and health care – including steps for building on the Affordable Care Act.
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