Posts Tagged ‘healthcare reform’

An Unfair Exchange: Why Tennessee Should Not Implement Obamacare

An Unfair Exchange: Why Tennessee Should Not Implement Obamacare
Amidst discussions in the state legislature about the implications of setting up a state healthcare exchange under the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act, the Beacon Center has published a policy insight outlining the myths vs. facts of a state-run exchange. Download the one-page insight at:
February 2nd, 2012 | Feature, Policy | Read More

Costs of health reform becoming more apparent

Tennessee Center for Policy Research’s Justin Owen co-authors an article with the Cato Institute’s Michael Tanner reflecting on the one year anniversary of the federal healthcare reform law. The article originally appeared in today’s Knoxville News Sentinel. by Michael Tanner &...
March 31st, 2011 | Commentary | Read More

5 Innovative Healthcare Solutions For Tennessee

By Justin Owen The Tennessee Center for Policy Research today released a brief titled Implementing State-Based Healthcare Reform in Tennessee. The brief offers five solutions to reducing the costs of and expanding access to insurance for Tennesseans. You can review the brief by clicking here.
September 30th, 2009 | Policy | Read More

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