Opinion: It’s time to rethink how we manage, pay for care for the sickest 10% February 19, 2017 By Devon Herrick PhD Health insurance has served different purposes over the years. It may be time to rethink today’s system. Are high-value health plans the wave of the future? January 25, 2017 By Tracey Walker As the destiny of Obamacare takes center stage, two researchers have proposed the next-generation of HSAs-HDHPs, a new way to design health insurance plans that could win bipartisan support. Opinion: Why Obamacare is so difficult to repeal January 23, 2017 By Devon Herrick PhD Care for the poor and sick is costly; someone has to pay for it. Six things to know: How health execs might benefit from Trump’s plans January 16, 2017 By Karen Appold Experts discuss how managed healthcare executives might benefit from the ACA repeal and other healthcare reforms. Four things to know: Payers’ biggest ACA repeal concerns January 09, 2017 By Karen Appold Experts discuss four of the biggest concerns managed healthcare executives have about repealing the ACA. How Trump will change four major healthcare programs, initiatives January 04, 2017 By Don Hall MPH The ACA, Medicare, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and prescription drugs are in the sights of many who will soon be running Washington. Post-election top policy changes to watch in 2017 January 02, 2017 By Karen Appold While every new year brings change, with Donald Trump elected to become the next president, managed healthcare executives will see more changes than usual in 2017. Opinion: Health reformers overlook areas that could reduce most costs December 06, 2016 By Devon Herrick PhD None of Trump’s plans, such as repealing parts of Obamacare or expanding HSAs, will rein in the rising cost of healthcare. How will Trump change healthcare? 6 of the biggest questions answered November 29, 2016 By Karen Appold Experts share how Trump could change Obamacare coverage, accessibility, affordability, Medicare/Medicaid, price transparency, and more. GOP Senate majority might target ACA device tax November 05, 2014 By Lisa Smith While Republicans picked up seven seats in the U.S. Senate on Nov. 4 to assume a majority, recent good news surrounding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will likely safeguard major aspects of it from GOP repeal.