Examining the Continuum of Coverage Proposals

Key Resources (listed chronologically, beginning with the most recent)

“From Incremental to Comprehensive Health Insurance Reform: How Various Reform Options Compare on Coverage and Costs.” Blumberg, L., Holahan, J., Buettgens, M., et. al. Urban Institute. October 16, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/RWV3.

“Comparing Health Insurance Reform Options: From ’Building on the ACA’ to Single Payer.” Blumberg, L., Holahan, J., Buettgens, M., et. al. The Commonwealth Fund. October 16, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/TeX4.

“What Do Americans Think About Their Health Coverage Ahead of the 2020 Election? Findings from the Commonwealth Fund Health Insurance in America Survey, March – June 2019.” Collins, S. and Munira, G. The Commonwealth Fund. September 26, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/JjKr.

“Bruce Westerman’s Fair Care Act: Market-Based Universal Coverage.” Roy, A. The Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity. September 20, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/EtHQ.

“Who are the Remaining Uninsured, and Why do They Lack Coverage?” Gunja, M. and Collins, S. The Commonwealth Fund. August 28, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/Fu9n.

“Affordable Health Care for Every Generation.” Roy, A. The Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity. April 21, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/HXNV.

“Expanding Access to Public Insurance Plans.” American Academy of Actuaries. March 2019. Available at http://allh.us/mfWM.

Additional Resources (listed chronologically, beginning with the most recent)

“The Town the Ballpark Is In.” Gorenstein, D., Nikpay, S., Jena, A., and Blumberg, L. Tradeoffs [Audio podcast]. October 16, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/WpND.

“Road to Universal Coverage: Addressing the Premium Affordability Gap.” Mishory, J. and Keith, K. Health Affairs Blog. September 18, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/FpEa.

“The Democratic Party’s Health-Care Battle.” Nisen, M. and He, E. Bloomberg Opinion. July 30, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/3RTn.

“Forging a Realistic Path to Universal Coverage.” Meyer, J. Health Affairs Blog. July 24, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/TAUF.

“Op-Ed: ‘Medicare for All’ Isn’t the Only Way to Cover Everybody.” Blumenthal, D. and Collins, S. Los Angeles Times. July 23, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/J6Wx.

“Improve Markets, Not Government Controls, for Real Health Reform.” Antos, J. American Enterprise Institute. June 17, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/GQYU.

“Compare Medicare-for-all and Public Plan Proposals.” Kaiser Family Foundation. May 15, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/Q8NR.

“Poll: Most Americans Want Congress to Prioritize Targeted Actions that Address Personal Health Care Costs; Fewer Cite Broader Reforms like Medicare-for-All and ACA Repeal as Top Priorities.” Palosky, C. and Lee, C. Kaiser Family Foundation. April 26, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/H6q7.

“Medicare for All.” Wilensky, G. Milbank Memorial Fund. The Milbank Quarterly. April 2019. Available at http://allh.us/yKJe.

“Further Medicare Expansion Could Diminish Hospital Revenues, but Action Required.” HealthLeaders. March 15, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/Y9W4.

“The Impact of Medicare-X Choice on Coverage Healthcare Use, and Hospitals.” Koenig, L., Saavoss, A., Soltoff, S., et. al. KNG Health Consulting, LLC. March 12, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/qJnM.

“The Pros and Cons of Single-Payer Health Plans.” Blumberg, L. and Holahan, J. Urban Institute. March 2019. Available at http://allh.us/FTUp.

“Medicare Expansion: A Preliminary Analysis of Hospital Financial Impacts.” Goldsmith, J., Leibach, J., and Eicher, K. Navigant. March 2019. Available at http://allh.us/x4p9.

“Medicare for All Can Begin in 2021: Here’s How.” Wynne, B. and Llamas, A. Health Affairs Blog. February 28, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/XaTk.

“The Landscape of Federal and State Healthcare Buy-In Models: Considerations for Policymakers.” Brooks-LaSure, C., Davis, H., Ellis, K., et al. Manatt. February 2019. Available at http://allh.us/d7bv.

“Getting Ready for Health Reform 2020: Republicans’ Options for Improving Upon the State Innovation approach.” Chen, L. Health Affairs Blog. November 16, 2018. Available at: http://allh.us/D63H.

“A New Vision for Health Reform.” Antos, J. and Rivlin, A. The Concord Coalition. September 24, 2019. Available at http://allh.us/Tueg.

“Medicare for All: Taxes and Tradeoffs.” Graboyes, R. Mercatus Center at George Mason University. August 31, 2018. Available at http://allh.us/qfeu.

“Making Health Insurance Enrollment as Automatic as Possible (Part 1).” Dorn, S., Capretta, J., Lanhee, C. Health Affairs Blog. May 2, 2018. Available at http://allh.us/qF8G.

“Medicare Extra for All.” Center for American Progress. February 22, 2018. Available at http://allh.us/krh3.

“Why Bernie Sanders’s Plan for Universal Health Care is Only Half Right.” Goldman, D. Brookings. September 13, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/xGhP.

“Suggestion for a Bipartisan Approach on Health Care.” Antos, J., Capretta, J. Health Affairs. August 10, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/3RTn.

“Risk Pooling: How Health Insurance in the Individual Market Works.” American Academy of Actuaries. July 2017. Available at http://allh.us/aDnC.

“The Sanders Single-Payer Health Care Plan: The Effect on National Health Expenditures and Federal and Private Spending.” Holahan, J., Clemans-Cope, L., Buettgens, M., et al. Urban Institute. May 2016. Available at http://allh.us/mqhR.