Waivers represent a quieter way for Republicans to change health care

(By Rachel Gershon for STAT)

The effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act appears to be on life support, with no clear path to passage in both the House and Senate. But that doesn’t mean Republican efforts to transform the ACA are dead. The Trump administration, working with governors and state legislatures, could make dramatic state by state changes to Medicaid and the ACA marketplaces using waivers that are allowed by federal law. Continue reading article here…


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