In the Aftermath

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<p>The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has always needed fixing. Now that Congress has tried and failed to repeal and replace it, the time for repair seems at hand.</p><p>In a new post on <em>To the Point</em>, the Commonwealth Fund’s David Blumenthal, M.D., and Sara Collins ask whether the current Congress and administration can now turn to consider a modest set of remedies that will preserve the gains achieved under the ACA and lay the groundwork for progress.</p>
<p>The immediate concern, say Blumenthal and Collins, is stabilizing the individual market so that the up to 18 million people getting coverage through it will be able to successfully reenroll this fall. Read the post for several bipartisan strategies.</p> Read the post