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  • Why 'HillaryCare' Failed and 'ObamaCare' Succeeded

    March 30, 2012

    Since March 30, 1992, when American Health Line first launched, there have been two major efforts to reform the country's health care system. This feature compares and contrasts health reform undertakings by former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and President Obama.
  • A Look Back: The Demise of HillaryCare

    September 30, 2014

    Twenty years ago this month, HillaryCare -- the health reform proposal led by then first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton -- was declared dead. Here's a look back at Clinton's attempts to pass reform and the plan's ultimate demise.

  • One in Four ACOs Saved Money, CMS Says

    September 17, 2014

    Altogether, 64 Medicare accountable care organizations saved the program $817 million, according to data released by CMS yesterday.

  • Another Three ACOs Drop Out of Pioneer Program

    September 26, 2014

    Medicare's Pioneer ACO program started with 32 elite organizations but is now down to 19.

  • Q&A: Community Rating & Adjusted Community Rating Under the ACA

    January 14, 2014

    Georgetown University Health Policy Institute research fellow and faculty member Justin Giovannelli discusses the Community Rating pricing mechanism for insurers and the new Adjusted Community Rating requirement under the Affordable Care Act.

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