Health reform policy is hard, Len Nichols, director of the Center for Health Policy Research and Ethics at George Mason University, told brokers gathered Tuesday in Washington for the National Association of Health Underwriters’ annual Capitol Conference. That’s why, he said, legislators need their help.
Nichols broke down numerous ways Congress has proposed to change the Affordable Care Act, such as by removing government from healthcare altogether, reducing taxes or reversing entitlements.
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