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The Congressional Budget Office is playing a bigger role in shaping federal health care and health insurance policy these days, because that’s where more of congressional health policy expertise is.

Jamease Kowalczyk, a senior policy associate at Acumen LLC, talked about that trend Monday, during a session at the Society of Actuaries’ 2021 Health Meeting.

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