Assessing the Trump administration’s new health plan

Assessing the Trump administration’s new health plan

August 20, 2018
Texas A&M health insurance expert evaluates the health care policy

The problem with creating a competitive insurance marketplace

September 28, 2017
It’s all about networks

Research examines effects of early preventive dental care in Medicaid-enrolled children

April 17, 2017
Texas A&M, University of Alabama at Birmingham study suggests early dental visits may not prevent later problems

ACA turmoil: How did we get here, and where are we going?

November 4, 2016
The complexity of the health care law underscores the difficulty in minimizing its looming effects

The ACA marketplace: A new public option?

July 18, 2016
Leading health economist weighs in on President Obama’s proposal for a Medicare-like public option on the health care exchanges

Costly competition? A closer look at the health insurance marketplace

May 5, 2016
What effect will UnitedHealth’s scale back in several states have on your insurance premiums?

Recession ripple effects: More children in CHIP and Medicaid

April 6, 2016
When things get tough, more children get public health insurance and states should be prepared for the increased costs

Millennials and health care: Health insurance

January 28, 2016
Young people find that their options for health insurance have changed—for the better and the worse—since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act

Q&A: How the economy affects traffic fatalities

January 20, 2016
Motor vehicle deaths in 2016 could easily be upwards of 20 percent higher than they were in 2015

Q&A: What you should know about the ACA’s “Cadillac tax”

September 10, 2015

The Affordable Care Act’s tax on high-cost employer health plans will affect an estimated one in four U.S. employers when it takes effect in 2018 and could jeopardize the ever-popular flexible spending accounts (which lets employees set aside pre-tax money for certain medical expenses).