One Nation Health June Congressional Forum Recap

Our forum meeting June 22nd was a great success. We have received requests for the materials presented, so we wanted to share those here. Click here to view a copy of the forum presentation. Additionally, the “Message for Reform” handout is available here. We hope these materials will be helpful, as we continue to move health care reform forward …

Americans like universal health care, but not “government-run” health care

Americans like the concept of universality (i.e. everyone getting great care) but they are leery of “government-run” health care. This is an important distinction to keep in mind as we work toward patient-centered health care reform.  Americans want everyone to have great care just as we want everyone to have a great job – without …

One Nation Health: Why Repeal and Replace Will Start With Reconciliation

In an article published today in Real Clear Politics, One Nation Health’s David Hoppe and John Hart provide context and clarity on the three-step process  to repeal and replace the ACA. The process, consisting of reconciliation legislation, regulatory changes proposed by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, and another piece of legislation done under regular …

NTU Releases Issue Brief and Commentary On Congressional Budget Office Estimates

The National Taxpayers Union (NTU), released an Issue Brief, “Congressional Budget Office Estimates of Major Health Care Reforms” that focuses on the “immense amount of influence that the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) exerts on the legislative process”. The Issue Brief details the CBO’s track record and uneven reliability when it comes to providing estimates, and investigates past …