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Podcast: ‘What the well being?’ Repeal and change is lifeless. What now?

Podcast: ‘What the well being?’ Repeal and change is lifeless. What now?

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As predicted, the last-ditch GOP effort to “repeal and change” the Inexpensive Care Act ended the way in which its predecessors did this week — in failure. With a Saturday middle of the night time limit speedy drawing near, Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Invoice Cassidy (R-L. a..) conceded Tuesday that they lacked even the 50 votes vital to cross their invoice the use of a truncated price range procedure.

So what occurs subsequent?

  • The point of interest is again on efforts to stabilize the person insurance coverage marketplace, which has been reeling with uncertainty as the way forward for the Inexpensive Care Act remained in query. Senate Well being, Training, Exertions and Pensions Committee Chairman Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and the panel’s rating Democrat, Patty Murray (D-Wash.), are restarting the bipartisan negotiations they started in August.
  • The Youngsters’s Well being Insurance coverage Program (CHIP) remains to be set to run out on Oct. 1. Paintings on CHIP’s reauthorization had begun on that during September, however used to be put aside within the unsuccessful effort to cross the wider Graham-Cassidy measure. It’s all however sure the time limit will come and move and a few states must start shutting down this system.
  • Tom Worth’s long term as secretary of Well being and Human Services and products seems unsure, as extra main points emerge about his widespread use of personal jet carrier, together with for occasions that have been each legitimate and private.

On this episode of “What the Well being?” Julie Rovner of Kaiser Well being Information, Alice Ollstein of Speaking Issues Memo, Margot Sanger-Katz of The New York Occasions and Paige Winfield Cunningham of The Washington Publish talk about those problems and extra. Rovner additionally interviews Bruce Lesley, president of the youngsters’s advocacy team First Center of attention, about efforts to resume the CHIP program.

As well as, for “further credit score,” the panelists suggest their favourite well being tales of the week they believe you will have to learn, too:

Julie Rovner: Kaiser Well being Information’ “Medicaid Covers All That? It is The Backstop Of The usa’s Ill Well being Gadget,” through Phil Galewitz.

Alice Ollstein: Vox.com’s “Trump Management Hastily Drops Out Of Obamacare Occasions In Mississippi,” through Dylan Scott; and BuzzFeed’s “The Trump Management Is Pulling Out Of Obamacare Enrollment,” through Kate Nocera and Paul McLeod.

Margot Sanger-Katz: Statnews.com’s “HHS Hints Are Main Possibilities To Medicare That May just Imply Upper Prices For Sufferers,” through Erin Mershon.

Paige Winfield Cunningham: Cincinnati Enquirer’s “Seven Days Of Heroin: This Is What An Epidemic Seems Like,” through Enquirer and Media Community of Central Ohio team of workers.


http://www.kaiserhealthnews.orgThis newsletter used to be reprinted from kaiserhealthnews.org with permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Circle of relatives Basis. Kaiser Well being Information, an editorially unbiased information carrier, is a program of the Kaiser Circle of relatives Basis, a nonpartisan well being care coverage analysis group unaffiliated with Kaiser Permanente.

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