Disintermediation

Publications

, R Street Institute
Event: Birth Control in the Military: Coverage, Concerns and Cost-Sharing
Courtney Joslin

Few Washington debates get as heated as those about birth control and insurance. The Affordable Care Act contraceptive mandate maintains that women receive birth…

, Relias Media
Accessing Hormonal Contraception by Pharmacy Prescriptions
Courtney Joslin

From Relias Media:

States differ in their rules for pharmacy prescribing of hormonal contraception, the requirements for program certification, and the process for becoming a billable provider….

Senators are working to maintain Medicare telehealth flexibilities
Courtney Joslin & Chelsea Boyd

Access to healthcare has long been a challenge for many Americans. The COVID-19 pandemic only exacerbated these issues as strains on the medical system and lockdowns complicated care. Policymakers…

Doctors without (virtual) borders for mental and behavioral health in Maryland
Courtney Joslin

Now that we’re beyond most declared states of emergency issued at the onset of the pandemic, most emergency orders allowing expanded telehealth access have also expired. While many people were…

Testimony in support of advancing ocular telehealth in Georgia
Courtney Joslin

Testimony of Courtney Joslin
Resident Fellow, R Street Institute
Georgia House Health and Human Services Committee
February 15, 2022
In Support of House Bill 629
Chair Cooper, Vice Chair Newton…

Economic Mobility and Contraceptive Access: Societal Effects
Courtney Joslin

This policy brief is 2 of a 2-part series on the relationship between contraceptive access and economic mobility. This series emphasizes two lenses—the individual and the societal costs associated…

Economic Mobility and Contraceptive Access: Individual Effects
Courtney Joslin

This policy brief is 1 of a 2-part series on the relationship between contraceptive access and economic mobility. This series emphasizes two lenses—the individual and the societal costs associated…

Access to Contraceptives Gives People Economic Mobility
Corinne Day

WASHINGTON (November 17, 2021)—States and the federal government are continually finding ways to reduce health care costs and improve health outcomes. Contraceptive access is one primary component…

, Medical Economics
Telehealth: Policy suggestions going forward
Courtney Joslin

From Medical Economics:

The COVID-19 pandemic was the catalyst for a sea change in the way telehealth is used, but as the country attempts to bounce back the question becomes which expansions…

, mHealth Intelligence
Permanent Audio-Only Telehealth, Licensure Flexibilities Key to Virtual Care
Courtney Joslin

From mHealth Intelligence:

As temporary policies to expand access to telehealth inch closer to their expiration dates, states must decide which ones will be made permanent amid the ongoing…

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