Affordable Care Act before Supreme Court puts health coverage at risk for 800,000 in NJ

October 14, 2020

“The aircraft carrier that is the U.S. health care system has made a sweeping turn,” said Joel Cantor, founding director of the Center for State Health Policy at Rutgers University. He said it would be difficult to change course once again after the myriad of reforms brought about by the 10-year-old law, including the ways hospitals and health care professionals organize their businesses and are paid.

Asbury Park Press, October 14, 2020 

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