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Health Change Bulletin                                                                      June 8, 2017

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  "Payment reform may hurt some health system providers within the industry that cannot meet the bundled-payment obligations in terms of cost or quality standards," 

-Curt Kubiak, CEO, Orthopedic and Sports Institute of the Fox Valley
  A Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds that more Americans have an unfavorable view of the AHCA than a favorable one (55% vs. 31%, respectively). The share with favorable views of the AHCA is about 20% points lower than the share with favorable views (49%) of the 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA). The majority of Republicans (67%) have a favorable view of the AHCA.

Source: KFF
  If Insurance Market Crashes, Can Lawmakers Put The Pieces Back Together?
Kaiser Health News, June 8, 2017

GOP Focus on Premiums Eclipses Broader Issue of Health Care Costs
Morning Consult, June 7, 2017
Anthem Will Exit Health Insurance Exchange in Ohio
The New York Times, June 6, 2017
$18M Claimant Case Challenges Affordable Care Act Payers
HealthPayer Intelligence, June 6, 2017
Feds To Waive Penalties For Some Who Signed Up Late For Medicare
Kaiser Health News, June 6, 2017
What Challenges Could State Insurance Markets Face Under the AHCA?
Kaiser Family Foundation, June 5, 2017
5 Million More Older Americans Would Become Uninsured under the AHCA
Kaiser Family Foundation, June 5, 2017
States scramble to prevent ObamaCare exodus
The Hill, June 4, 2017
  Confronting The Trade-Offs In Health Reform: What We Learned From The ACA
Health Affairs, June 7, 2017
  Trumpís Healthcare Reform: A Blessing Or A Curse For Moats In The U.S.?
ETF Daily News, June 7, 2017
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  KFF: Overall, The % of Adults with Pre-Existing Conditions Increases With Age

1. 18-24 Years old 15%
2. 25-29 Years old 20%
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Source: KFF
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