The ACA and Health Policy at the Supreme Court with Katie Keith
Since its inception, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has faced legal challenges. With the law on the books for more than 10 years, the measure is still facing litigation.
Cases currently pending before the Supreme Court include Section 1557, the ACA’s primary nondiscrimination provision. The court is still considering to take on additional cases against the ACA related to the health insurance tax and hospital reimbursement policies.
To discuss and make sense of the myriad challenges and lawsuits, Georgetown University’s Katie Keith joins Health Affairs‘ Senior Editor Chris Fleming on Health Affairs This Week. Together, they review the latest ACA challenges [and litigation] and where the courts may take the measure.
- ACA Litigation Round-Up: What’s Resolved, What’s On Hold, And What’s Still Moving? (Health Affairs Blog)
- Cummings v. Premier Rehab Keller, P.L.L.C. (SCOTUSblog)
- CVS Health Partners With Disability Community In Commitment To Affordable And Equitable Access To Health Care
- Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization (SCOTUSblog)
- Supreme Court Whether 340B Hospitals Retain Discounts on Medicare Part B Drugs (Commonwealth Fund)