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Insurance

Political and personal: the roles of private individuals in policymaking

June 17, 2019
Researchers study how private citizens change state laws about insurance coverage of autism spectrum disorder

Why some states have more generous insurance mandates for autism

May 30, 2019
Citizen and state ideology determine generosity of autism insurance mandates

The problem with creating a competitive insurance marketplace

September 28, 2017
It’s all about networks

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

Palliative care: Putting power in the hands of patients

November 17, 2015

Sometimes there is no cure. In these instances, palliative care offers a different type of treatment and communication, and is revolutionizing the health care landscape by promoting a holistic, patient-focused model with the potential to drastically lower industry costs.