Can the Affordable Care Act survive the new Republican majority in Washington? That depends on whom you ask. In this 12-part HCPLive audio series, three experts debate the merits, flaws, and future of the ACA.
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This HCPLive audio panel discussion features:
The panelists look at how well the ACA is working and discuss whether it is politically vulnerable.
Love it or hate it, the Affordable Care Act is now the law of the land. Its supporters and detractors are poles apart.
“We see the ACA as a game-changer,” says Sandman, whose foundation worked to get the New York State health exchange up and running.
But for Zinberg and other detractors, there’s a lot not to like in the ACA. “I’ve been quite critical of the law and various aspects of it,” he says. Conservative groups have vowed to strike down the law.
Cronin, whose non-profit organization officially takes a neutral stance on the merits of the ACA, says, “We want to make the law work.”