You probably glossed over the news this summer about the administration’s efforts to expand the availability of “short-term” health insurance. But the plans could negatively affect everyone who uses hospitals.
Three states yesterday voted to expand Medicaid coverage. Not a surprise: our survey results show that nationwide, there's widespread support for opening up Medicaid to more people. https://t.co/PQDBoayCAQ https://t.co/OtMXLgZ6bM
Three states yesterday voted to expand Medicaid coverage. That shouldn't come as a surprise. Our survey results show that in nonexpansion states across the country, there is strong support for opening up Medicaid to more people.
Health policy and medicine meet space at this free event at @UHLAW tomorrow featuring Astronaut Lee M. Morin https://t.co/XDLKDjNnUZ https://t.co/P0hSULV4tu
From STAT: "If you have health insurance through your employer, you probably glossed over news stories this summer about the Trump administration’s new rules to expand the availability of “short-term” health insurance plans. These plans are used by a few million people. But they could negatively affect everyone who uses hospitals." Important work by our colleague Vivian Ho of the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy.CC: Texas Medical Center
"Short-term health insurance should worry you even if you don’t need it." Our colleague Vivian Ho writes for @statnews about the new health insurance plans that threaten to cause big problems https://t.co/3vr9VVGnB7 @HealthEconTX @BakerInstitute @TXMedCenter https://t.co/174pMwPje5
We've got a wonderful crowd tonight at our Great Health Care Debate here at the @TXMedCenter. We're discussing, debating, and arguing about some of the most important issues facing voters, two weeks before Election Day. Follow along at #TMCdebate. https://t.co/2KivWtdFo2
Big crowd tonight at our Great Health Care Debate at the Texas Medical Center. We're debating some of the most important issues facing voters, two weeks before Election Day. Follow along at #TMCdebate
We're making last minute preparations for our Great Health Care Debate! Join us at 5:30 pm TONIGHT at @ThirdCoastHou and follow the conversation using #TMCDebate. Free registration https://t.co/z4Zu8ZhaFb @TXMedCenter https://t.co/sLtYo9fUcB
@ENDHIVHou Unfortunately this one isn't being livestreamed or recorded.
How drunk is too drunk to drive? Utah will soon lower its blood alcohol threshold while driving from .08 to .05. We think other states should do the same — and more. Our #TMCsurvey shows most Americans agree. Read our latest in @GOVERNING @gov_institute https://t.co/2UsZpfpy66 https://t.co/xjsNHdrt0V
We spoke with @KPRC2 @KPRC2Haley about why we believe the cost of health care is poised to be a pivotal issue in the 2018 mid-term elections: https://t.co/s4ReUttbby @TXMedCenter https://t.co/yGlQ2GrGau
Our new op-ed in @USATODAY @usatodayopinion makes the case for a "single-safety net" health care system. "If we want all Americans to have insurance coverage, everyone will need a safety net. But we don’t need to destroy the private insurance system." https://t.co/HV63kjgvtt
Join us next week as we debate some of the pivotal issues at the core of the 2018 campaign. https://t.co/EoejRWthy6 https://t.co/KQqnxLlxhJ
Excited to be at the @BakerInstitute this morning learning about how universal health care works in UK, Canada, Germany and Taiwan. Important topic to discuss with health care on the minds of so many US voters. #healthpolicy https://t.co/jVAHk5aiNT
Join us at our @TXMedCenter healthcare debate, where we'll discuss hot-button issues like "Medicare for all" with experts from @txwomans @CHCTexas @UTHealth @bcmhouston @McGovernMed @harrishealth @LegacyCommunity Oct. 25 in Houston. Free registration at https://t.co/EoejRWthy6 https://t.co/TvDokfzDIY