Health Care Law Replacement, Part 1
“Competition in the Marketplaces: What We Learned in Five States” was the first panel of the event “What Worked and What Didn’t in Obamacare Insurance Markets,” held at the Brookings Institution.
Michael Morrisey presented the summary finds of research conducted on the extent and nature of competition in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplaces in the five states of California, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, and Texas. The research was conducted by the ACA Implementation Research Network, a joint project of the Brookings Institution and the Rockefeller Institute of Government. Then Professor Morrisey was joined by panelists, including state-level experts, who outlined how the law worked in their states and what should be a part of any replacement plan.
“Competition in the Marketplaces: What We Learned in Five States” was the first panel of the event “What Worked and What Didn’t in Obamacare Insurance Markets,” held at the Brookings Institution. close
People in this video
Patricia H. Born Professor and Eminent Scholar Florida State University->Risk Management and Insurance
Thomas Gais Director State University of New York->Rockefeller (Nelson A.) Institute of Government
Mark A. Hall Nonresident Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Center for Health Policy
Michael A. Morrisey Professor Texas A&M University (College Station, TX)->Department of Health Policy and Management
Richard P. Nathan Project Director Rockefeller (Nelson A.) Institute of Government->ACA Implementation Research Network
Alice M. Rivlin Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Center for Health Policy
Marianne Udow-Phillips Executive Director University of Michigan->Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation
Micah Weinberg President Bay Area Council (San Francisco, CA)->Economic Institute
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