Three ideas about the near future in health policymaking that came out of a recent S&P conference. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Health policy watchers who appeared at a conference in New York on Wednesday seemed to be even more uncertain about the future than they were back in January, when the Trump administration was starting to sketch out its plans for replacing the Affordable Care Act.

But panelists did make some cautious guesses about what could, possibly happen in Washington in the next few months at the event, which was organized by Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings.

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