We must remember to listen to the stories of the human beings on the receiving end of the policies we develop.
Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Health Policy Reform
Navigating the seas of changing health policy is the challenge of our time. How does the Affordable Care Act and the healthcare reform movement affect your organization and the national healthcare system?
Article by Jeremy P. Ziring, Kathleen S. Tatem, Remle Newton-Dame, Jesse Singer & Dave A. Chokshi
Safety-net health system transformation is threatened by recent health reform proposals that erode coverage gains.
Article by Benjamin D. Sommers & Kosali Simon
The relationship between health insurance and emergency care isn’t straightforward.
Article by Ceci Connolly & Thomas H. Lee
When we say “committed,” we mean “in it for the long haul.”
Survey Snapshot: Health Care Leaders and Clinicians Talk About the Impact of the Trump Administration
Insights Report by Sandra Gittlen
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members have strong opinions and expert analyses on the coming years.
Article by Craig Garthwaite & John A. Graves
Efforts to reform or replace the ACA should proceed with the knowledge that highly publicized market exits are a poor and probably inaccurate signal of a failing market.
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members predict no clear winners, only losers. Some of their concerns have already been borne out.
Article by Craig Evan Pollack, Katrina Armstrong & David T. Grande
A new survey finds that primary care physicians strongly endorse key elements of the Affordable Care Act that enable individuals to obtain insurance coverage and that very few support repealing the law.
Article by Sandra L. Fryhofer, Meena Seshamani, Karen B. DeSalvo & Patrick H. Conway
The basic goals of delivery system reform — to promote quality and value in our health care system — remain at the core of bipartisan efforts in health care, and it is therefore essential that such efforts continue.
Article by Christopher F. Koller, Thomas Alexander & Susan Birch
A long-term agenda can be achieved only when state and federal governments agree on their roles and responsibilities.