Harvard Ideas on Health Care Hit Home, Hard
JAN. 5, 2015
January 10, 2015 – For years, some of Harvard’s experts have advised our federally elected officials on how to provide health benefits to the United States at an efficient cost. Recently, the University ruled that it “must respond to the national trend of rising health care costs, including some driven by health care reform,” and make some changes to their own health care plan for all employees, which has angered many professors and incited a debate about health care pricing and payments. Details can be found in this recent article.
While we realize that the ACA is a large part of this debate, we would instead like to hear about how this controversy compares to what you have experienced or witnessed as you have adapted to the ACA.
- How, if at all, are your reactions similar to Harvard employees?
- How, if at all, are your reactions different?
- Why do you think that is?
[By: Erin K.]