Monthly Archives: October 2016

Estimating the Impacts of the Trump and Clinton Health Plans

via RAND Corporation Christine Eibner, a senior economist at the RAND Corporation, led a team that analyzed parts of the proposed health care plans of the two major parties’ presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The team modeled those … Continue reading

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Employers Shift Higher Health-Care Costs to Workers

via Wall Street Journal   Open enrollment season is under way, and when workers get their health-plan information, many of them can expect higher out-of-pocket costs. As employers cope with rising health costs, some are shifting more of the burden … Continue reading

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