- WHO/Europe | Critical challenges for health care reform in Europe ()
- What Happened to Health Care Reform?
- Edited by Colin McInnes, Kelley Lee, and Jeremy Youde
- A Brief History: Universal Health Care Efforts in the US
WHO/Europe | Critical challenges for health care reform in Europe ()
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What Happened to Health Care Reform?
The mandate requiring individuals to have minimum essential health insurance coverage or pay a penalty, including line-by-line guidance on completing Form and calculating the individual shared responsibility penalty. Changes made to the individual mandate by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The premium tax credit and cost-sharing reduction subsidy available to help individuals pay for coverage, including line-by-line guidance on completing Form , calculating the premium tax credit, and reconciling advance payments of the credit to the actual credit allowed. Sweeping changes have greatly affected health care in the United States in the past few decades.
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When expansive progressive ideas are defeated or watered down, chastened reformers have typically adopted rebound strategies that adjust ideas, proposals, and tactics in light of the institutional and political forces created or set in motion by previous policies. That happened following the defeat of the Clinton plan, and Starr predicts that it will happen again in the wake of the liberal setbacks of the Trump era.
While Starr's proposal will likely not be the only counterreform idea to receive attention in the years ahead, it merits careful analysis and broad discussion. The first drafts of the essays contained in this issue were originally presented at a conference held at Brown University's Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs in May I am grateful to the Watson Institute and to its director, Ed Steinfeld, for generous financial support for the conference.
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