Impact of “Repeal and Replace” on PA?

With the president-elect and congressional leaders vowing to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the question arises about how such actions might affect Pennsylvania.

Health Benefits Claim FormThat includes 680,000 Pennsylvanians who enrolled in the state’s Medicaid program after the reform law allowed for that program’s expansion, more than 400,000 people who signed up for insurance on the federal health insurance exchange, the state’s taxpayers who might be left with the bill for some or all of these costs if the reform law’s financial support were to disappear in the near future, and others.

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review considers these and other questions and offers answers from some of those closest to the situation. See its story here.

Filed in Affordable Care Act, Pennsylvania Medicaid policy.

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