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Rising US healthcare costs spur proposals for improved access
November 19, 2019 (10.01mins)
Robard Williams, Rebecca Karnovitz
Robard Williams and Rebecca Karnovitz of the Credit Strategy & Research team discuss proposals that would expand access and affordability of health insurance in the US. The proposals, if enacted, would be positive for household consumption and many consumer-facing sectors but be negative for the healthcare sector and would increase fiscal risks for the US sovereign. ​
Healthcare – US: Public health insurance proposals would be positive for US consumers but create fiscal risks for the sovereign
​​The adoption of new or expanded federal healthcare programs would expand the role of the federal government in financing healthcare, but to varying degrees. ​