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Health Care

Harvard Graduate Fellowship in Health Policy

The Center for Health Policy Studies is pleased to announce a fellowship opportunity available to a Harvard student currently engaged in graduate studies at the university. Read More.

After Repeal of Obamacare: Moving to Patient-Centered, Market-Based Health Care

True health care reform would empower individuals, with their doctors, to make their own health care decisions free from government interference. Read More.

How Will You Fare in the Obamacare Exchanges?

Enrollment in Obamacare’s health insurance exchanges has proven to be a somewhat difficult process amidst technical glitches and delays. Read More.

Over Half of U.S. Has Two or Fewer Carriers

Analyzing insurer participation in both federal and state-run exchanges shows that the President’s health care law has almost completely failed to increase insurance market competition. Read More.

More Special Obamacare Treatment — But Not for You

Unions haven’t been able to get special Obamacare subsidies like Members of Congress and their staffs did, but they may not go away empty-handed. Read More.

America's health care financing and insurance systems need major reform. Policymakers should take decisive steps to move today's bureaucracy driven, heavily regulated third-party payment system to a new patient-centered system of consumer choice and real free-market competition. In such a system, individuals and families would make the key decisions and control the flow of dollars.


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