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Election 2012 issues and insights

Health Care

Because 2012 is an election year, the U.S. health system ─ and the respective advocacy posture taken by its varied special interests and trade associations ─ will be even more visible. Health reform will likely be one of two major news items, second only to the economic recovery. Politics and legislation will continue to shape specific elements and timing, but the trajectory of health reform is unlikely to change and the momentum is not likely to disappear.

Featured insights

  • The Affordable Care Act, the deficit, and the recovery of the U.S. economy
    The Affordable Care Act, the deficit, and the recovery of the U.S. economy – how are these linked and what might their relationship mean to the future of health care?
  • 10 myths of the health care reform debate
    Health care reform is complex: its issues are complicated and solutions in some cases are not clear. This infographic covers ten myths about health care reform.
  • Weekly health reform memo
    The health care reform memos are issued on a weekly basis, highlighting news from the previous week’s activities in the administration, and implications for the C-suite and various stakeholder groups.
  • 2012 U.S. survey of health care consumers
    Five year anniversary of the survey provides a comprehensive view of health care consumerism exploring consumers’ behaviors, attitudes, and unmet needs.
  • ACA timeline: The affordable care act timeline
    This Affordable Care Act (ACA) timeline highlights key health reform provisions taking effect from 2010 – 2018 including the establishment of key programs and new agencies, new requirements for industry, and changes to Medicare and Medicaid.
  • I’m OK, you’re OK ... But will we be all right?
    With the U.S. health care system undergoing massive change, some stakeholders are taking bold, innovative steps. By John Bigalke, William Copeland, Jr. and Paul Keckley.
  • Letting go of the status quo: Chapter two-generating jobs
    A new era of state government responsibility in health care.

Dig deeper

  • Lead strong
    Election 2012 issues and insights.
  • Health care reform
    Are you ready?
  • Health care providers
    An overview.
  • Health plans
    An overview.
  • State health care
    An overview.
  • Federal health care
    An overview.

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