Harry Nelson was interviewed on The Law Business Insider as part of their “America’s Best Selling Authors Series.” During the expansive 20 minute conversation Harry discusses aspects of Obamacare that are failing, emergency room treatment, and single payer plans. Harry also proposes a solution to the healthcare problem that includes elements of employer based plans and a basic level of universal coverage.
Nelson Hardiman partner, Rob Fuller, discusses the implications of Trump Administration’s recent executive order on VOA International Edition. Fuller comments on the eliminations of the CSR’s, introduction of skinny benefit plans, possibility of large premium increases, and how detrimental this executive order will be to low income working population.
Nelson Hardiman managing partner, Harry Nelson, discusses the opioid epidemic on KTLA 5. According to Harry, there are at least 50,000 opioid related deaths in the United States annually. Additionally, Harry discusses declaring a national emergency as well as the “crisis of pain” that has contributed to the problem.
Nelson Hardiman managing partner, Harry Nelson was interviewed by Lori Lundon on Voice of America about the latest iteration of the Republican healthcare bill. Starting at 9:30, Harry speaks about the divide in the Republican Senate and suggests that repeal and delay was the only viable option for passing a bill at this time.
Harry Nelson quoted extensively in The Huffington Post article, “Real Stories of Americans Who Will Be Affected by the Proposed Changes to the ACA – and What YOU Can Do to Fight.”
Harry Nelson was interviewed by Lori Lundon on Voice of America’s International Edition about President Trump’s proposed budget cuts to healthcare. Starting at 10:09, Harry discusses the proposed $800 billion in cuts to Medicaid, the impact on poor Americans and the economic costs associated with returning to an emergency room treatment healthcare policy.
Nelson Hardiman partner, Rob Fuller, discusses the winners and losers of the GOP health care bill on ABC News. According to Rob, winners include conservative politicians, insurance companies and digital health companies. While losers encompass hospitals, people with pre-existing conditions and people between the ages of 45 and 65.
Harry Nelson Quoted in Managed Healthcare Executive article titled, “GOP ACA replacement plan: 4 things health execs should know”
Harry Nelson Discusses the Republican Proposal to Repeal and Replace the Affordable Care Act on Bloomberg Radio.
Harry Nelson Quoted in San Francisco Chronicle article, “Obamacare Repeal Ignores Real Problems with U.S. Health Care”
Harry Nelson Quoted in The Street article, “These Health Care ETFs Could Be in Play with the GOP’s ACA Repeal”
Harry Nelson’s article, “Whither TrumpCare,” was Published in California Healthcare News