Repeal, Replace, or Repair?
The future of the ACA remains in question. Currently, Congress has begun their efforts at repealing the law. And while replacement options continue to evolve NASHP is tracking these proposals, gathering state perspectives, and addressing potential impacts while also focusing on what was learned from past initiatives.
Below are our latest tools for states regarding the ACA:
- Should Maine’s Invisible High Risk Pool Law be the Model to Address Market Stability Nationally?
- What’s Next for the Individual Market?
- An Update on the Three Prongs of Health Reform
- Snapshot: State Leaders talk AHCA
- The Prevention and Public Health Fund – Lessons from States; Questions for Policymakers
- What the American Health Care Act Means for States
- Empowering and Protecting Consumers: ERISA Thwarts State Innovation
- Health Savings Accounts — Lessons from States; Questions for Policymakers
- Selling Health Insurance Across State Lines
- High Risk Pools Deja Vu – Lessons from States, Questions for Policymakers
- An Overview of ACA Provisions and Their Repeal Implications for States
- State Checklist: Medicaid-Related Provisions Impacted by an ACA Repeal
- Reflections on Repeal and Replace
Support for this work was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation.