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Covering the Chronically Ill: An Interview with John V. Jacobi

John V. Jacobi is Dorothea Dix Professor of Health Law and Policy at the Seton Hall University School of Law. The O’Neill Institute’s Lester Feder spoke with him about health reform and covering those with chronic illness. Lester Feder: Generally speaking, what do you think of what it is looking like we’re going to get […]

Public Health and Health Reform: A Preliminary Scorecard

In this post, I offer my sense of how the House and Senate health reform bills compare on their public health provisions. Before submitting my scorecard so far, there are some programs/details not covered in my earlier posts (16 and 26 December) that should be mentioned. Clinics Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). Both bills would […]

Public Health and Health Reform: Comparing the House and Senate BIlls

In my last post (16 December 2009), I discussed the public health provisions in the Senate’s health reform legislation. Now that the Senate has enacted its bill, the two versions must be reconciled in conference. Most of the prevention and wellness provisions would achieve similar objectives, though the Senate version is more comprehensive. But there […]

Public Health Provisions in the Health Reform Legislation

With the sturm und drang over the public option, extension of Medicare to those between 55 and 64, abortion coverage, cost controls, etc., in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, H.B. 3590, there has been scant attention to the Act’s public health provisions. In this post, I’ll take a preliminary look what the Act […]

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