• How Will the Affordable Care Act Affect the Use of Health Care Services?

    Americans who gain health insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act will increase the demand for health care services—but only slightly. According to a Commonwealth Fund analysis out today, the number of annual primary care visits will rise by 3.8 percent nationally.

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  • King v. Burwell: What a Subsidy Shutdown Could Mean for Consumers

    This is the first in a series of four posts examining the serious consequences of a decision that would terminate subsidies for residents of the 34 states that have federally run health insurance marketplaces. Today we look at how consumers would fare under the “Subsidy Shutdown” scenario.

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  • The Digital Health Revolution

    Digital technologies have transformed nearly every aspect of our lives. But for many of us, they haven't yet improved the way we receive or participate in our health care. This new multimedia essay look at how that's changing with the arrival of new digital tools, from mobile apps and data-driven...

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Sara Rosenbaum
Sara Rosenbaum is the Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy at the Milken Institute School of...