Affordable Care Act

Event
Health Care Reform, Transition and Transformation in Long Term Care October 7, 2016
News Article
King v. Burwell: The Affordable Care Act Survives Another Attack June 29, 2015
Professor Sidney Watson sat down with St. Louis Public Radio to give helpful tips and answer questions about open enrollment for Affordable Care Act health insurance coverage December 11, 2015
Professor Sidney Watson talked with St. Louis Public Radio about 2018 Affordable Care Act premiums. November 2, 2017
Professor Sidney Watson was interviewed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the proposed double-digit price hikes for some health insurance plans that are raising alarm bells about the affordability July 20, 2015
Professor Sidney Watson was quoted by Kirksville Daily Express about the higher health insurance costs for residents in Northeast Missouri than in the rest of the state November 4, 2015
Professor Sidney Watson was quoted by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the future and funding of Missouri's Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act April 29, 2015
Professor Sidney Watson was quoted in an article by the St. Louis Post Dispatch about the health insurer Aetna reducing its 2017 presence on the Affordable Care Act's public exchanges in Missouri August 24, 2016
Professor Sidney Watson was quoted in an article that was posted online at KCUR, Kansas City’s local NPR station. The article discussed the repercussions for families after a repeal of the Affordable Care Act. March 2, 2017
Professor Tim Greaney was interviewed in a piece by Bloomberg BNA about the impact of the mergers of four large health insurers into two companies December 7, 2015
Professor Tim Greaney was interviewed in an article by The Street about the changes and transformations that have came with the Affordable Care Act May 2, 2016
Professor Tim Greaney was quoted in the New York Times about the Anthem-Cigna merger July 27, 2015
Sidney Watson talked with St. Louis Public Radio about the Affordable Care Act and present day healthcare confusion. November 2, 2017

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