Audit could save Georgia up to $56 million.
As the August recess fast approaches, taxes, infrastructure and other important federal policy deliberations await the fate of health care reform in the U.S. Senate.
Be careful when you set a new precedent, because your decision could come back to haunt you.
Foundation provides testimony on Direct Primary Care for House committee hearing.
Federal waivers could help ease the burden on low-income Georgians and the hospitals that treat them.
The Cures Act overturns a previous ruling by the IRS and DOL that precluded employers from using a defined contribution “HRA only” approach to subsidize their employees’ purchase of individual plans.
Improve income, opportunity and well-being.
Anybody who is in the business of selling the idea of direct primary care (DPC) to patients, employers, or politicians can anticipate the usual pushback that will arise in any Q and A format.
Foundation's most popular commentaries of 2016.
Competitive cross-state selling of individual health plans.
It’s not always as good, or bad, as it seems. The same can be said of this year’s national election.
It takes time to turn the tanker of state government. We're doing it.
When providers have to compete for patients, the level of care increases.
On acne, Breast Cancer Month and Medicaid expansion.