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Repealing IPAB: Bipartisan Health Care Reform We Can All Agree On

Guest post from Representative Phil Roe, MD (R-Tenn.) Chair, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Member, House Education and Workforce Committee Chair, House GOP Doc Caucus As a physician who has lived through a massive expansion of Medicaid in my home … Continue reading

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Neurosurgery and 600 Other Groups Urge Congress to Repeal IPAB

Today’s post originally appeared on the Protect My Doctor and Me website. It addresses a key element of the Affordable Care Act — the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) — which is a board of 15 unelected and largely unaccountable … Continue reading

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Neurosurgery and 500 Other Groups Urge Congress to Repeal IPAB

Today’s post originally appeared on HLC’s Prognosis Blog. It addresses a key element of the Affordable Care Act — the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) — which is a board of 15 unelected and largely unaccountable government bureaucrats whose primary purpose … Continue reading

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