Anthony Wilson

Can the ACA Solve Staggering Prescription Drug Prices?

Many Americans believe the ACA should act as a salve for all things that ail the nation’s health care system. In light of the ongoing debate over the high cost of Gilead’s new hepatitis C treatment, what is the law doing to hold down prescription drug prices?

Think ACA Exchange Enrollment Is Over Until November? Think Again.

Enrollment in the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges isn’t over just yet, even though the Obama administration is already celebrating that 7.1 million people have signed up so far. Besides the upcoming second open enrollment period this year, there are two other ways consumers can sign up for exchange coverage.

The CARE Act: A New GOP Approach to the ACA or a Missed Opportunity?

The Patient Choice, Affordability, Responsibility and Empowerment Act — released last week by three GOP senators — would keep some of the Affordable Care Act’s provisions, making it different than other plans to replace the law. Here’s a look at how health policy experts are viewing the proposal.