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Health-care law faces test as regulators settle which plans must do what

Which plans must comply with the requirements? In keeping with President Obama's promise that you can hold on to your insurance if you like it, the new law exempts existing health plans from many of i... read more

The new underinsured

A big bite out of the underinsured Miller stresses that the law represents a huge advance from the status quo. Out-of-pocket spending is capped and the limits are more restrictive for plans ... must a... read more

Financing Medicare Into The Future: Premium Support Fails The Risk-Bearing Test

The two main drivers of health care spending over time—technological innovation and political decisions—are closely linked, as is evident in the debate over the regulation of drug prices in Medicare. ... read more

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