A survey presented last year during the American Society of Health Economists conference offers insight into what kind of health policy changes health economists would make in the U.S.
Austin Frakt, director of the Partnered Evidence-Based Policy Resource Center at the V.A. Boston Healthcare System, highlights the survey’s findings in a recent article published on the New York Times.
“Whether the Affordable Care Act should be repealed has been one of the highest-profile health policy issues ever since its passage in 2010. Health economists are clear on this: They strongly reject repeal, with 89 percent opposing the idea,” Frakt writes.
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