Andy Slavitt

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It's a viable idea. What's appealing about it to Republicans and to Democrats is you want people to have free choice but not be free riders.feedback
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Andy Slavitt has been quoted 43 times. The one recent article where Andy Slavitt has been quoted is Obamacare rates could be nearly 20 percent higher next year just from Trump administration delay on subsidy case. Most recently, Andy Slavitt was quoted as having said, “By not choosing, he's choosing. The most conservative thing is to leave the market. There's no question that based on 100 percent of the people I've talked to ... those [insurers] that will remain in the market will assume the CSRs will not get paid in their pricing assumptions. I think there will be a pretty harsh judgment based on that polls that I've seen.”.
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There aren't that many options. A lot of these are in fact cheap imitations of the ACA that don't do the job as well.feedback

We will continue to go retail. There will hopefully come a time when policy people in D.C. look to voices like that. I don't think that time is today.feedback

Nobody I know really cares whether we call it Obamacare or Trumpcare or Ryancare, and quite frankly, we'll end up in a better world when we call it none of those things. It wasn't great for Democrats to be the only ones owning coverage reform. Republicans are finding out it isn't great either. Everybody can own this together, because there will inevitably be challenges.feedback

I think he's exactly the kind of person and physician Secretary Price should want on his team.feedback

What happens when people can't afford insurance is that the only people that tend to buy it are the sicker people. This (plan) is not only going to cover fewer people, but it's actually not going to be good for the risk pool, either.feedback

The president says he's going to put forward a replacement bill that would cover the same number of people more affordably. This unfortunately doesn't do that.feedback

It is about cutting care for lower-income people, seniors, people with disabilities and kids to pay for the tax cut.feedback

I think we should be encouraged by the signal that the administration wants to stabilize the market. Right now, the greatest uncertainty is whether or not the individual mandate, which is the principal driver to help keep costs lower, is going to be enforced. Within the next month, insurers have to start submitting rates and deciding where they're going to participate. It's very hard to do that if you don't know the rules of the road. It's very hard to do that if you don't know how your competitors are interpreting the rules of the road.feedback

If the administration is serious about strengthening the [Obamacare] marketplace, they will reduce uncertainty and focus on keeping the marketplace stable and growing – not focus on changes that will raise deductibles, reduce access to physicians and put limitations on the ability for people to get coverage.feedback

The administration has created a manufactured crisis with talk of repeal but no plan to replace, non-enforcement of the rules and reducing outreach around HealthCare.gov so fewer people would sign-up for coverage.feedback

It would be good for consumers and smart for the risk pool for the administration to extend the deadline to ensure that all those people get the coverage they're seeking.feedback

You've got specialty medications, which are going up by a large dollar amount, and you've got generic medications, which are going up by a large percentage amount.feedback

What you end up with is a situation where... drug companies can take prices up without any check on them or any negotiation from the federal government.feedback

Hospital CEOs and health plan CEOs have been saying privately, and are beginning to say publicly that, you know, they're really going to be in no position to continue to invest... as they move into 2018.feedback

Overall, there is significant growth in spending on prescription drugs, representing a significant burden. In 2015, total prescription drug costs were estimated to have been $457 billion, or 16.7 percent of personal health care spending. That is up from $367 billion, or 15.4 percent of personal health care spending in 2012.feedback

Half of the physician practices under 10 (doctors) will not be reporting at all.feedback

Transforming something of this size is something we have focused on with great care.feedback

This law and this regulation are going to need to evolve as medicine evolves.feedback

After rebates, net Medicaid spending over this five-year period was approximately $797 million, reflecting a rebate of 13 percent.feedback

This incorrect classification has financial consequences for the amount that federal and state governments spend because it reduces the amount of quarterly rebates Mylan owes for EpiPen.feedback

Ensuring access to high quality patient care is a top priority for us. We are concerned about reports that some organizations may be engaging in enrollment activities that put their profit margins ahead of their patients' needs. These actions can limit benefits for those who need them, potentially result in greater costs to patients, and ultimately increase the cost of [Obamacare] marketplace coverage for everyone.feedback

This progress is occurring while also helping more Americans get coverage, often for the first time.feedback

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