How to Repair the Health Law (It’s Tricky but Not Impossible): Stabilizing the market, lowering drug prices and expanding access to coverage would go a long way to easing millions of Americans’ concerns.
Republicans have failed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Now, can it be repaired?
The seven-year-old law has survived Supreme Court decisions and aggressive attempts to extinguish it by Republicans in Congress and the White House. But even people who rely on its coverage agree that it still has big problems. The question for the roughly 20 million Americans who buy their own health coverage — and for millions of others who remain uninsured — is what can realistically be done to address their main concerns: high prices and lack of choice in many parts of the country. [...]health care finance health care reform health law policy insurance market medicaremedicaid public health regulation