Health policy on the table in 2021 with democratic Congress
Editors Leslie Erdelack and Rob Lott kick off 2021 with a new episode of This Week.
A lot of news was crammed into the first week of 2021. Early on, Haven, the health care organization founded by Amazon, J.P. Morgan, and Berkshire Hathaway, decided to fold after being in business for three years. The Georgia runoff election confirmed a democratic Congress for the incoming Biden Administration. And, in late December 2020, a sweeping legislative package added more protections from surprise medical bills.
Listen to Leslie and Rob talk about what all these events mean for health policy in 2021.
- What a Democratic Congress Means For the ACA (Health Affairs)
- Coverage Provisions in the 2021 Appropriations and COVID-19 Stimulus Package (Health Affairs)
- Arbitration Over Out-Of-Network Medical Bills: Evidence from New Jersey Payment Disputes (Health Affairs)