This digital symposium, guest edited by Erin C. Fuse Brown, explores recommendations for the Biden/Harris administration’s health policy agenda.
We asked leading health law scholars to describe one health policy action the administration should pursue, beyond the pandemic response. Their recommendations make up this symposium.
The responses range from concrete policy changes to broad reform ideas and can be grouped into three categories, those that (1) Reverse and Restore; (2) Reinforce; (3) Reform.
Read the introduction, follow the conversation, and share the articles in this symposium using #BidenHealthPolicy.
Reverse and Restore
Waiver withdrawals provide a path forward for the Biden administration to end a grab bag of Trump-era Section 1115 waivers. Read more
The Biden administration and all three branches of government are poised to finally deliver a sex-based civil rights movement in health care. Read more
The Biden administration could use legislative overrides to address any number of incorrect judicial interpretations of federal health laws. Read more
The Trump administration left Title X in tatters. The Biden administration has said it will undo the harm. But more than restoration is in order. Read more
The Biden administration has a powerful tool for encouraging state-level behavioral health innovation in the § 1115 Medicaid waiver process. Read more
The focus of the nascent Biden administration has been on making private health insurance more durable, not deconstructing it. Read more
Insurers are increasingly crafting their coverage terms in ways that undermine a vital consumer protection. Read more
An ERISA preemption waiver presents a long-overdue update to health care regulation with a lot to recommend it to the Biden Administration. Read more
Price transparency has long eluded the health care industry, but change — fueled by rare bipartisan support — is afoot. Read more
My message for President Joe Biden and his administration is a simple one. Invite physicians to create an ethical health care system. Read more
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