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After Congress's failure to make substantial progress with repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act over the summer, the future of health care reform remained unclear. With Congress now back in session for the fall, pressure is mounting from both Republicans and Democrats to stabilize the existing legislation in advance of determining whether the ACA is here to stay long-term. But is a bipartisan compromise truly possible? It will all depend on the outcome of September's HELP Commitee hearings. 
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After failing to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) earlier in the year, Congress returns to session this September with health care reform on the mind. Bipartisan efforts to stabilize the existing legislation could prevail, or the deep partison divide could continue to impend progress. Either way, this month will provide insight into what the next year of health care policy will look like.
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At the CAPG Annual conference this year, Evolent hosted a panel discussion titled Population Health and Managing Delegated Risk: Lessons Learned by Four Providers. Participating panelists shared lessons learned from their own experiences implementing value-based care at their organizations, which include Hill Physicians Medical Group, Deaconess Health System, St. Luke's ACO and Carilion Clinic. 
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Evolent Health CEO and co-founder Frank Williams offers his perspective on the important current debates about the future of our health care system, and regardless of what policies are enacted at the federal and state levels in the future, Evolent will remain committed to helping providers find innovative ways to use an integrated financial and clinical model to improve the health of the communities they serve.
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In light of yesterday’s grand reveal of the “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017” (Better Care Act), the Senate Republican’s bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, we thought we’d share some thoughts on what’s likely to come.
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