A Post-Election Survey Of The Health Care Ecosystem
By Andrew Bab, Maura Kathleen Monaghan, Paul Rubin and Jacob Stahl (November 9, 2018, 3:25 PM EST) -- Health care featured prominently in the 2018 election campaign. Candidates debated a wide array of health care issues, including the Affordable Care Act, or ACA, potential expansion of the Medicare and Medicaid programs, prescription opioids, prescription drug pricing, and state ballot initiatives on a variety of health care-related topics. Post-election survey results confirmed that health care issues were a high priority for a significant percentage of voters. Below we offer our thoughts on what the election results and a divided Congress mean for different sectors in the health care ecosystem.
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