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12.08.09

Piloting Delivery Reforms: An Interview with Kenneth E. Thorpe

By Lester Feder

Kenneth E. Thorpe is chair of the Department of Health Policy and Management at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health. The O’Neill Institute’s Lester Feder spoke with him on November 17th about delivery system reforms. Lester Feder: Let me get your general take on the reform process and where we’re headed. Kenneth Thorpe: I […]

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09.30.09

A Further Thought on State Nullification

By Tim Jost

I would put this a bit more strongly than Mark. Talk of state nullification argues powerfully for the federal government directly enforcing insurance reforms and administering the exchanges and premium subsidies, the approach taken by the House bill HR 3200, rather than depending on the states in implement the reforms, the approach taken by the […]

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