“Consumers’ Satisfaction With Coverage Linked to Out-Of-Pocket Expenses” Kaiser Health News, July 24, 2015 A new study from the Employee Benefit Research Institute suggests that how much patients have to pay when they go to the doctor can make a big difference in how satisfied they are with their health plan. “With The ACA Secure,… Read More >

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We’re thrilled to share that CEO Rebecca Onie and Health Leads have been selected as part of the inaugural class of the Aspen Institute’s Health Innovators Fellowship. This new two-year Fellowship aims to strengthen the leadership of innovators across the US health care ecosystem to ultimately improve the health and well-being of all Americans. These… Read More >

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“The Oregon Health Insurance Experiment” Health Affairs, July 16th, 2015 This brief summarizes findings of the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment, a randomized controlled study made possible by a unique lottery process used in 2008 to expand Medicaid coverage in the state. “Report: ACA Plans Have a Third Fewer Providers Than Employer-Based Plans” The Washington Post,… Read More >

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In the town of Brockton, Massachusetts, where almost a quarter of the population lives in poverty and one in ten has diabetes, an unlikely partnership has created new opportunity for a healthier community. Jason Barbosa, the owner of a popular local grocery store, has expanded his business into an unoccupied warehouse and welcomed a community… Read More >

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“Montana Could Face Tough Bargaining With Federal Officials On Medicaid Expansion Plan” Kaiser Health News, July 9, 2015 Montana is the only state this year to expand its Medicaid program. This plan however, which would require all recipients who come into the program through the expansion to pay a premium of up to 2 percent… Read More >

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