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Republicans face difficult post-election healthcare decisionsACA repeal/replace was a Congressional Republican cornerstone, so there will be lots of pressure to move quickly. But that may be easier said than done.
Will Trump follow through with an ACA repeal?In this commentary, Gerard J. Wedig of Simon Business School discusses the many possible implications of a Trump presidency.
Opinion: Trump policy will lead to more affordable coverageIn this commentary, the president and CEO of the Pacific Research Institute argues that Trumps victory will lead to more affordable coverage and more empowered consumers.
What Trump’s victory means for healthcare: Industry leaders sound offHealthcare industry leaders and policy analysts discuss how the election results could impact healthcare.
Managed Healthcare Executive Politics and Policy Survey 2016With the presidential election quickly approaching, here’s your chance to know where your peers stand on key issues.
Three healthcare questions to consider as election 2016 approachesIt’s time to step back and assess how the election could impact the managed care industry.
Executives debate exchange viability, ObamacareWhat is the future of Healthcare Exchanges? And what is the future of Obamacare in general? Healthcare executives weigh in.
Clinton lays out healthcare plan in NEJM; Trump opts outUnderstanding both candidates proposals can help executives make informed decisions.
Six healthcare interoperability barriers to watch
Six healthcare interoperability barriers to watchIs interoperability in healthcare a dream, or will payers, providers, and technology vendors finally come together to make data more available to one another?
How the presidential candidates plan to rein in pharma costs
How the presidential candidates plan to rein in pharma costsFind out where each presidential candidate stands on key issues related to pharmaceutical costs.