ACA Repeal

The following organizations are tracking the potential repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). You may wish to receive their email news or to follow them on social media.

AARP Public Policy Institute — Source of information about specific impacts of ACA repeal including Medicaid HCBS.

American Bar Association — The Health Law Section has created a Health Reform Task Force to monitor the potential repeal and replacement of the ACA.

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities — The Center is a leading source of analyses of federal budgeting developments affecting all sectors of the economy including health care. Just launched: Sabotage Watch: Tracking Efforts to Undermine the ACA. Depressing title — good information.

Center for Medicare Advocacy — Advances access to comprehensive Medicare coverage and quality health care for older people and people with disabilities by providing analysis, education, and advocacy.

CLASP (formerly the Center for Law and Social Policy) — The Center is a long time provider of material regarding policies affecting low-income citizens.

Commonwealth Fund — The foundation publishes in-depth materials regarding federal health programs.

Families USA — The organization is a longtime advocate for health care reform and universal health care coverage.

Health Affairs Blog — The leading health policy journal offers an open source blog site that contains frequent ACA-related posts.

Justice in Aging — Publishes detailed analyses of developments affecting low income seniors, with particular emphasis on Medicaid proposals.

Kaiser Family Foundation — Isssues daily bulletins and frequent analyses concerning health policy developments; it has recently added an interactive web page tracking all current ACA legislative activity.

National Health Law Program — Protects and advances the health rights of low-income and underserved individuals and families.

State Health Reform Assistance Network — Extensive resources related to the economic impact of Medicaid expansion on state budgets. The materials also examine the potential results of ACA repeal or the imposition of Medicaid spending caps.