EXAMINING SELECTED PROPOSALS IN ‘A BETTER WAY TO FIX HEALTH CARE’
On June 22, the House Health Care Reform Task Force, led by House Speaker Paul Ryan, released their blueprint describing how the House Republican caucus’ hopes to reform our country’s health care system, entitled “A Better Way to Fix Health Care.” There is much in their approach that we at NCHC do not support. To name just a few examples, there is nothing particularly appealing about proposals to roll back federal support for Medicaid and CHIP, raise Medicare’s eligibility age or shutdown the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation’s crucial work on alternative payment models. We’ll have more to say on these issues in later blog posts.
But there are ideas in the package that, properly developed, could improve our health care system. So we begin today by taking a close look at a few constructive proposals included in the report’s Medicare section.
Read the full blog post here: www.nchc.org/examining-selected-proposals-in-a-better-way-to-fix-health-care/