Panel: Next Steps for Health Reform
(Health Policy)

Thursday, November 2, 2017: 1:45 PM-3:15 PM
Hong Kong (Hyatt Regency Chicago)

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Panel Organizers:  Sherry Glied, New York University
Panel Chairs:  Sherry Glied, New York University
Discussants:  Katherine Swartz, Harvard University

Paying for Success in Medicaid: Evaluation of Nurse Family Partnership Services in South Carolina
Katherine Baicker1, Mary Ann Bates2, Margaret Anne McConnell3, Michelle Woodford4 and Ruohua Annetta Zhou3, (1)University of Chicago, (2)J-PAL North America, (3)Harvard University, (4)Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cost and Coverage Effects of Modifications to the ACA
Christine Eibner, Jodi Liu and Sarah Nowak, RAND Corporation

The Healthy Indiana Plan’s 2015 Insurance Expansion: Implications for Health Insurance, Health Care and Health Outcomes
Kosali Simon1, Seth Freeman1 and Lilliard Richardson2, (1)Indiana University, (2)Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Special Enrollment Periods and Risk Adjustment
Stan Dorn, Bowen Garrett and Marni Epstein, Urban Institute

Congress and the Administration are considering changes to the health care system, from repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, to altering the regulations that implement the Act.  While the exact form that these changes may take is not yet known, researchers have considered the implications of a range of alternatives, both through simulation modeling and by assessing existing variations in program design.  This panel will highlight work that examines the implications of alternative potential directions for health reform.

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