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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

Takeaways: The Public Option for Health Coverage

Hadley Heath Manning | Takeaways
Costs & Accessiblity

Policy Focus: The Public Option for Health Coverage

Hadley Heath Manning | Policy Focus
Costs & Accessiblity

What’s Inside the $3.5 Trillion Bernie-Biden Spending Blowout

Kelsey Bolar | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

BidenCare Blows ObamaCare Costs Out of the Water

Carrie Sheffield | Op-Ed
Costs & Accessiblity

Single-Payer Health Coverage Is Not the Same as Medical Care

Caroline Welton | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

Birth Control Bedfellows: A Discussion with Unsung Heroes for Better Contraceptive Access

Hadley Heath Manning | Featured in
Costs & Accessiblity

The Danger of Drug Price Controls

Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

Coalition Letter In Opposition To Price-Setting Schemes

Carrie Lukas | Letters
Costs & Accessiblity

Personalized Care Act Empowers Individuals Instead of Bureaucrats

Colleen Hroncich | Op-Ed
Costs & Accessiblity

A Severely Disabled Man Suffers Consequences of Paying Americans Not to Work

Kelsey Bolar | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

Taking Stock of the Affordable Care Act, Eleven Years Later

Hadley Heath Manning | Blog
Costs & Accessiblity

IWF Letter to President Joe Biden

Hadley Heath Manning & Carrie Lukas | Letters

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