Policy & Regulation Strategy
Six things to know: How health execs might benefit from Trump’s plans January 16, 2017By Karen AppoldExperts 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, 2017By Karen AppoldExperts discuss four of the biggest concerns managed healthcare executives have about repealing the ACA. Nine things healthcare executives should know about MACRA January 06, 2017By Pranjali JoshiAlthough CMS released the final rule for MACRA in October, there is still quite a bit of confusion. How Trump will change four major healthcare programs, initiatives January 04, 2017By Don Hall MPHThe 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, 2017By Karen AppoldWhile 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. New president new path forward for managed care plans December 10, 2016By Margaret MurrayIn the aftermath of the presidential election, health policy experts have less to go on than they have after any election in memory. Three reimbursement changes to watch in 2017 December 06, 2016By Aine CrytsCMS is adding, dropping, and expanding payment rules How Trump’s victory will change healthcare consolidation December 05, 2016By Christian AutyWill President-elect Donald Trump affect the outcome of the Anthem-Cigna and Aetna-Humana mergers? How will Trump change healthcare? 6 of the biggest questions answered November 29, 2016By Karen AppoldExperts share how Trump could change Obamacare coverage, accessibility, affordability, Medicare/Medicaid, price transparency, and more. Top 3 healthcare policy changes Trump’s victory could bring November 21, 2016By Bob MorganFollowing the GOP’s success on Election Day, the nation is quickly tuning in to what this all means for healthcare coverage.