Analysis of the Pros and Cons of the
American Health Reform Act of 2017

Lunch Briefing
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
12:00 – 1:30 PM
2103 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C.

Congress and the Trump Administration have developed a three-phase plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act: (1) Repeal as many of the harmful provisions of the ACA as possible through the budget reconciliation process; (2) Reverse destructive ACA regulations through administrative action; and (3) Pass legislation that promotes patient-centered health care.  Experts from the National Center for Policy Analysis will break down the new American Health Reform Act and the developing efforts to repeal and replace the ACA:

  •         What are the effects on the economy from passing the American Health Reform Act?
  •         What are the job creation effects from repealing the ACA?
  •         What administrative actions will minimize the damage done by the ACA? 
  •         After the budget reconciliation and administrative actions, what is left to be done? 

 

Featuring: James H. Amos, President and CEO, National Center for Policy Analysis 

John R. Graham
Senior Fellow
National Center for
Policy Analysis

David Tuerck
President
Beacon Hill Institute

Paul Bachman
Director of Research
Beacon Hill Institute


Concluding comments by

Former Member of Congress Allen B. West
Executive Director
National Center for Policy Analysis


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Phone: (202) 830-0177 — E-Mail: Brian.Williams@ncpa.org

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