About Health Reform WAThis site is a resource to help you make sense of the Affordable Care Act as it takes shape in Washington State and in our communities. Exactly how this happens will vary by state, and even community, depending on local resources, needs and opportunities. We encourage you to contribute to this knowledge base by sharing your ideas, comments and questions as we continue the discussion in this space.
- Holly Greenwood on Bank of America’s New Debit Card Fee: A Lesson In Transparency
- Ann Edington on Incentivizing health in an unhealthy population
- Dan Rubin on Incentivizing health in an unhealthy population
- Amber Royster on More discussion on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act
- Dan Rubin on Using CHIPRA bonus payments in advocacy
- Viewpoints: Doctors’ Frustrations With EHRs; The Blame Game On Subsidies
- Research Roundup: RUC And Medicare Pay; Rx For Marketplace Patients; Who’s Homebound?
- Congressional Republicans Remain Split Over Plans For King V. Burwell Decision Fallout
- Fla. Governor Hints At Veto If Lawmakers Pass Senate Compromise To Expand Medicaid
- Judge Considers Bid To Dismiss House GOP Case Against Obama Administration And The Health Law
Monthly Archives: August 2011
With the debt crisis and heat waves dominating national news, it may seem like health reform has faded away, but in fact, reform efforts continue to percolate on regional, state and national levels. Here are some recent highlights: WA Health … Continue reading
Several weeks ago, health care and community leaders in Grays Harbor County kicked off CHOICE’s Regional Pilot work sessions, aimed at focusing and driving the efforts toward an integrated health care delivery system within the five Washington State counties of … Continue reading