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Harris Meyer is a senior reporter providing news and analysis on a broad range of healthcare topics. He served as managing editor of Modern Healthcare from 2013 to 2015. His more than three decades of journalism experience includes freelance reporting for Health Affairs, Kaiser Health News and other publications; law editor at the Daily Business Review in Miami; staff writer at the New Times alternative weekly in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; senior writer at Hospitals & Health Networks; national correspondent at American Medical News; and health unit researcher at WMAQ-TV News in Chicago. A graduate of Northwestern University, Meyer won the 2000 Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism.
Iowa’s ACA waiver plan would redistribute subsidies from the poor to wealthier people
By eliminating cost-sharing reductions, Iowa’s Medicaid waiver proposal would expose lower-income consumers to much higher deductible costs, potentially reducing enrollment and access to care.
Collins, McCain and Murkowski are Modern Healthcare’s most influential people in healthcare
The trio of Sens. Susan Collins, John McCain and Lisa Murkowski jointly were named the most influential in healthcare for their votes that prevented a repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act.
With Congress deadlocked, Iowa and Oklahoma seek to reform the ACA through waivers
It’s widely expected that if HHS gives Iowa and Oklahoma the green light on their ambitious redesigns for Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges, other states soon would follow with similar proposals.
The switcheroo that could give McConnell enough votes to repeal Obamacare
Just when you thought the Republican drive to repeal the Affordable Care Act was finally dead, there is a plausible new scenario being discussed on how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell could resuscitate it.
As outpatient surgeries grow, hospitals look to claim piece of ASC market
Some hospitals and health systems have acquired ambulatory surgery centers or formed joint ventures with surgeons, allowing hospitals to keep a piece of the revenue.
Bipartisan fever: Conservative and liberal experts offer Congress a plan to reform ACA
The group urged Congress to take bipartisan action by the end of September to stabilize the individual insurance market until a longer-term resolution can be achieved and to protect healthcare access and coverage.
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