Yevgeniy Feyman

Yevgeniy Feyman

Yevgeniy Feyman is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He writes on health care policy, entitlement reform, and the Affordable Care Act. His latest research has focused on the national physician shortage and the costs of health care reform.

In 2013, Feyman, with colleagues Avik Roy and Paul Howard, released the Obamacare Impact Map, a state-by-state look at the effects of the ACA. Republican strategist Karl Rove called the map an "indispensable tool" in understanding the law's effects on Americans.

Feyman has written for various publications including National Review Online,, The Washington Examiner, Health Affairs, and Politico. He has spoken on radio shows around the country and has appeared on Al Jazeera America to discuss the effects of the ACA.

Feyman holds a degree in economics and political science from Hunter College.

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Yevgeniy Feyman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the greatest defect in the Affordable Care Act: it's not affordable, and that is impacting the level of adoption.
Yevgeniy Feyman joins Jim Blasingame to provide an update on the progress of Obamacare and the partisan nature of the various changes to the law by the Obama administration.