Nifty! The Three-Legged Stool makes a cameo appearance at the Brookings Institute!

2019 OPEN ENROLLMENT ENDS (most states)

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Over at the Brookings Institute, there's a big wonky forum this morning called (De)stabilizing the ACA’s individual market: A view from the states. The panelists include several of my own healthcare heroes: Louise Norris, Brad Wright, Lynn Blewett, Cynthia Cox, Sabrina Corlette and Matt Fiedler:

The Affordable Care Act (ACA), through the individual health insurance markets, provided coverage for millions of Americans who could not get health insurance coverage through their employer or public programs. However, recent actions taken by the federal government, including Congress’s repeal of the individual mandate penalty, have led to uncertainty about market conditions for 2019. Market stabilization is currently the most critical regulatory issue that public policy officials are facing under the private insurance component of the ACA.

On Friday, July 13, the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy will host a conference on strategies for stabilizing the individual market. Keynote speaker Mark Hall will present his research findings on a new study, which examines the recent experience of ten states with respect to individual market stability, including Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, Nevada, Ohio, and Texas. Two expert panels will convene to discuss outlook for the individual market at both the individual state and national level. 

I'll jot down a few thoughts later on today, but in the meantime I was flattered discover that a few of my PowerPoint graphics worked their way into the event! Thanks to Dave Anderson and Cynthia Cox for the heads up! (The first two show up about 40 minutes in, the third shows up a bit later.)

#ACAStabilization @charles_gaba The stool lives.

— David Anderson (@bjdickmayhew) July 13, 2018

⁦.@charles_gaba⁩ ‘s three legged stool makes at appearance at ⁦@BrookingsInst#ACAstabilization meeting

— Cynthia Cox (@cynthiaccox) July 13, 2018

@charles_gaba

— Cynthia Cox (@cynthiaccox) July 13, 2018