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Senate Rejects ACA Repeal

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Senate dramatically rejects attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act
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VIRGINIA SENIORS take note: Some lawmakers in Washington are plotting drastic changes to Medicare Part D, a popular and successful federal program...
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In the Health Reform Update for this week, Senate leaders revise their bill to repeal and replace key Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions in an effort to woo conservative holdouts. However, key moderates remain opposed to the dramatic increases in consumer out-of-pocket costs and severe Medicaid cuts that remain unchanged.
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Act to Help Seriously Ill

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Health care is in the headlines these days, but as the father of a child with an expensive chronic condition, for me it has been top of mind for decades. While lawmakers debate the future of our nation’s health-care system, an ill-advised federal policy is threatening access to life-saving care right now for many chronically ill Ohioans. Our representatives in Washington must ensure this damaging rule doesn’t go on any longer.
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PSI's President urges the Nation to support charitable assistance in a recent Morning Consult Op-Ed.
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PSI Vice Chairman of the Board, Danielle Nance, MD, recently had an Op-Ed published in Scottsdale Independent.  Read her Op-Ed here!  She urges all members of the Arizona delegation to sign on to specific legislation to help protect chronically ill patients with nowhere else to turn.  
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In the Health Reform Update for the past two weeks, Senate leaders roll out their changes to the House-passed bill that would repeal and replace key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). However, protests from conservative and moderate Republicans may impede their plan to amend and vote on the bill next week.
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In the Health Reform Update for the past two weeks, Senate leaders eye a late June vote on their fast-tracked bill to repeal and replace key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), while pledging unprecedented secrecy regarding its contents.
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In the Health Reform Update for the past two weeks, the Trump Administration delays a critical decision on whether to terminate cost-sharing reductions under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), despite insurer requests for clarity on whether they will be available for the 2018 plan year. Dominant insurers in Georgia and Kansas pledge to stay in their ACA Marketplaces, while insurers in Missouri, North Carolina, and Oregon either exit the Marketplace, more than double their premiums, or scale back co...
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In the Health Reform Update for this week, House Republicans pass controversial legislation to repeal and replace key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), while the Senate prepares to draft their own counterpart. The House bill would remove most of the ACA’s consumer protections, coverage expansion, and taxes, while allowing insurers to again vary premiums based on medical history for those with a lapse in coverage.
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