GOP offers a counterplan to the ACA – a comparison of which better meets the needs.
What the ACA looks like on the ground – Kentucky. Just as last year’s CX topic showed, the backlog of infrastructure projects will be costly up front – and it looks like that holds for pent-up health care needs in many places, too. Will the extra short-term expenses pay off in savings over the long term?
Georgia‘s perfect ACA storm. Was this system set up to fail? They could have set up their own state exchange, providing a larger pool for the people in the article trapped by their regional boundaries. Did the free market already fail them, via the establishment of a pre-ACA health care network monopoly? Are there other demographic issues the state could/should have addressed earlier that contributed to this situation?