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Recommended Actions For States To Protect Their Health Insurance Markets In the News

Recommended Actions For States To Protect Their Health Insurance Markets

Authors Jeanne Lambrew, Aviva Aron-Dine, Sam Berger, Matthew Fiedler, and Jason Levitis outline actions that states can take to mitigate the damage done to the individual health insurance market by federal legislation and executive actions.

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Health Policy and the Economic Crisis Article
The short-run economic crisis has health policy causes and effects—and arguably the most serious long-run economic challenge is our broken health care system. (iStockphoto)

Health Policy and the Economic Crisis

CAPAF Senior Fellow Jeanne Lambrew testifies before the House Committee on Ways and Means about how health policy fits into the economic crisis.

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Getting Better Value in Health Care Article

Getting Better Value in Health Care

CAPAF's Jeanne Lambrew testifies before the House Committee on the Budget about how to get better value in health care for Americans.

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Affordable Long-Term Care Article

Affordable Long-Term Care

America is in desperate need of a long-term care solution. On the verge of the baby boomers' retirement—the 65-plus population will increase by some 30 million over the next 20 years, a three-fold increase over the previous two decades—the United States is utterly unprepared to finance their long-term-care needs.

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Access to Health Care Testimony

Access to Health Care

Health care costs are increasing, access is decreasing, and 47 million Americans are uninsured. This is a crisis we must address.

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Healthy Stimulus Article

Healthy Stimulus

Jeanne Lambrew explains why the Senate should include temporary support for states’ health programs as part of economic stimulus.

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