When Congressional leaders set their sights on comprehensive tax reform, the aims were to improve our tax system and create a tax code that suited our country’s economic needs. This should have meant finding a way to improve the health of our economy—not harm our health care.
Statement by National Coalition on Health Care President and CEO John Rother on today’s hearing, MACRA and Alternative Payment Models: Creating Options for Value-Based Care
Statement by NCHC President and CEO John Rother following the Administration’s decision to end Cost-Sharing Reduction (CSR) payments
Statement by National Coalition on Health Care President and CEO John Rother on the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson (GCHJ) ACA repeal proposal in light of yesterday’s analysis by the independent, nonpartisan research firm Avalere
Statement by John Rother, President and CEO of the National Coalition on Health Care, following House and Senate passage of legislation raising the debt ceiling, funding discretionary federal programs, and funding natural disaster relief “With the debt ceiling deal, Congress may have averted major disruption to financial markets, but it must still act this month to […]