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Americans routinely cite healthcare costs among their highest concerns. These costs affect employers, patients, and families. The uncertainty of our confusing multi-payer system can be hard to navigate, and too often, patients face unexpected and unaffordable bills. While we often talk about “accessibility,” ultimately access is tied to cost and payment. Americans should all have access to high-quality health care. Reaching this goal requires reforms that address the hurdle of cost.
Costs & Accessiblity

The CON Hall Of Shame

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

Is California’s Narrow Homelessness Vote The Beginning Of The End Of ‘Housing First’?

Michele Steeb | Op-Ed
Costs & Accessiblity

CON Laws Are Squeezing The Aging Population Out Of Care Facilities

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

CON Laws Are Killing Medical Innovation

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

CON Laws Harm You, Even If Your State Doesn’t Have Them

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

Progressive censors are hell-bent on alienating women

Hadley Heath Manning | Op-Ed
Costs & Accessiblity

How CON Laws Provide A Breeding Ground For Corruption

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

Certificate Of Need Wildly Inflates Healthcare Costs

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

Carrie Sheffield: Saving Money with Health Savings Accounts

Beverly Hallberg & Carrie Sheffield | She Thinks Podcast
Costs & Accessiblity

Video | Becoming American With Health Savings Accounts

Havilah Wingfield & Michele Vogt | Video
Costs & Accessiblity

How Much Money Could Taxpayers Save By Abolishing Certificate Of Need Laws?

Aubrey Wursten | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

Socialist-Style Drug Price Controls Hurting Patients

Mary Vought | Op-Ed

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