Tag Archive for: Josh Archambault

As COVID-19 Emergencies Ease, Some Progress on Telehealth Rules

A new report from Reason Foundation, Cicero Institute and Pioneer Institute rates every state’s telehealth policy for patient access and ease of providing virtual care. The report highlights telehealth policy best practices for states.

Study Finds MassHealth’s Enhanced Eligibility Verification Saves $250 Million a Year

Reforms fixed MassHealth's $1.2 billion eligibility crisis, freed…

Pioneer Experts Offer Contrasting Prescriptions For MA Healthcare

BOSTON - New policy briefs from Josh Archambault and Barbara Anthony, two senior fellows in healthcare at Pioneer Institute, offer differing prescriptions for how Massachusetts should navigate uncertainty in the healthcare market, as Congress debates the fate of the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA).

With Federal Health Law Facing Repeal, New Book Offers Alternative

U-Turn: America’s Return to State Healthcare Solutions (114…

Baker’s Dozen: A Common Sense Healthcare Agenda for the Next Governor

Pioneer Institute is pleased to present, “Baker’s Dozen:…

ACA Medicare Payroll Tax Costs MA $1.7B Over 10 Years; 3 Patriots to Pay $707,850 in 2013

ACA also includes additional 3.8% Medicare tax on net investment…

Pioneer’s 2013 Health Care Policy Agenda

Pioneer’s 2013 Agenda in Health Care Policy, Presented…

Video Friday

http://insureblog.blogspot.ie/2012/06/video-friday.html Cato's…

The Great Experiment

http://runningahospital.blogspot.com/2012/05/great-experiment.html If…

STERGIOS and ARCHAMBAULT: The way forward post-Obamacare

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/mar/26/the-way-forward-post-obamacare/?page=all#pagebreak The…

Consider what worked with Romneycare

http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/opinion/commentary/jim-stergios-and-joshua-archambault-consider-what-worked-with-romneycare/article_cde520a3-9336-54dc-8e3c-da202ecd9f8c.html Former…


Pioneer's new book, The Great Experiment, proposes that the states take the lead in health-care reform, as Massachusetts did in 2006, and that Washington facilitate the transition, rather than try to dictate every move.

Health Reform May Lessen Sting of Charity Care for NJ Hospitals

http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/12/0110/2345/ New Jersey…

A Fair and Cost Effective Tort System for Health Care

New study calls for comprehensive tort reform to address rise in number and average cost of malpractice payouts, and increase in insurance premiums, up by 63% in 2009 since 2001

Pioneer Institute Medical Malpractice Paper

Josh Archambault, Health Care Policy Director, highlights…