The proposed deal to restore cost-sharing subsidies under the ACA must be part of a broader reform of the individual mandate.
Critics of the Graham-Cassidy bill are wrong to argue that it leaves 90 percent of Obamacare intact.
The federal government must better coordinate two programs that fund health care for poor children: CHIP and Medicaid.
The GOP may be able to improve the value of its proposed reform along with its prospects for passage.
The Senate GOP health-care bill succeeds in some important goals by focusing on those most in need of care.