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Health Insurers Move to Support ACA

Posted on January 20, 2013 by adminadmin

The health insurance industry has always sided with proponents of keeping the status quo. When rumors of an Affordable Care Act first began to swirl, health agency upon health agency threw in support for the Republican Party. The healthcare industry simply didn’t want the change promised by President Obama. Four years after the implementation of the ACA, these same companies are singing a different tune. The very same players that supported Republicans in 2008, during President Obama’s first election, have now changed sides. However, their motives remain the same. With the GOP campaigning to repeal or at least reform Obamacare,...Continue reading →


Health Industry Jobs Increase in the Wake of Obamacare Enrollment

Posted on January 6, 2013 by adminadmin

Jobs have always been an important topic for the American public. So at first, when President Obama presented the idea of the Affordable Care Act, some citizens wondered why the government wasn’t focusing on increasing the employment rate, especially as the country made its way out of a lengthy recession. But after a full year of increased U.S. healthcare, the U.S. jobs report indicates that this goal was met as well. Thanks to the implementation of Obamacare and the fact that Americans have more access to medical care, jobs in the health industry have increased significantly. In the health industry...Continue reading →


Affordable Care Act Maintaining Steady Health Costs

Posted on December 31, 2012 by adminadmin

Popular opinion among cynics of the Affordable Care Act is that the healthcare legislation is driving up medical insurance premiums. Now and again you will read about an individual’s experience with Obamacare and how he or she went from paying $500 a month to $1,000 per month in the last year. However, a recent report by the Kaiser Family Foundation indicates that this is generally not the case for most Americans. The study focuses on the average annual cost of premiums paid by employers of two different sets of companies: those with one to 199 employees, and those with 200...Continue reading →


Tips for Picking a 2015 Medicare Plan

Posted on December 30, 2012 by adminadmin

With 2014 nearly over and a new general Medicare enrollment period opening on January 1, 2015, it is important that you become familiar with the best practices to obtain health coverage if you are eligible for the federal medical assistance. With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, many medical programs have changed, so it is important that you are aware of these changes and how they affect you. Below are some easy but important tips to keep in mind when you go to pick your Medicare plan between January 1 and March 31 of next year. 1) Shop around....Continue reading →

States Missing Out on Billions by Refusing Medicaid

Posted on December 29, 2012 by adminadmin

There has never been a question about the human benefits of accepting the Medicaid expansion: Millions of uninsured Americans will finally be able to have health insurance. To the average person, this argument is reason enough to take the offer provided by the federal government. However, conservative officials are more focused on the financial aspect of this decision. Many have argued that expanding Medicaid in a state is not financially wise, as it forces states to limit the funds that they can use for other important things in the coming years. Education, for instance, would likely lose funding because of...Continue reading →

Sen. Chuck Schumer: Democrats Shouldn’t Have Passed Obamacare

Posted on December 23, 2012 by adminadmin

The Senate’s third-ranking Democrat recently stated that his party made a serious mistake in 2010 when they chose to pass the Affordable Care Act through Congress. But the reasoning behind the senator’s statement is not what cynics of the law would expect. It is important to note that Sen. Schumer (D-N.Y.) supports Obamacare, and believes that its positive effects will continue in the future, but he believes that the Obama administration should have maintained its focus on the struggling economy during the time when it decided to pass the healthcare reform. Schumer says that Democrats had an “opportunity” to build...Continue reading →


Obamacare Leads to Increased Economic Activity on State Level

Posted on December 18, 2012 by adminadmin

In the 2012 fiscal year, state-level expenditures decreased by 1.1 percent. They increased by 2.2 percent in 2013. Since the recession, state spending has been curbed, oftentimes forcing states to scale back important programs. However, as a report released by the National Association of State Budget Officers indicates, states are headed in the right direction. In 2014’s fiscal year, state-level spending has increased by 5.7 percent. This is the fastest increase since before the recession, and Obamacare is at the center of the upturn. Executive of the National Association of State Budget Officers Director Scott Pattison stated “the increase seen...Continue reading →


Obamacare Disapproval Ratings Misleading American Public

Posted on December 16, 2012 by adminadmin

A recent Gallup poll indicates that 37 percent of Americans approve of the Affordable Care Act. The 37 percent is actually one percentage point lower than the approval ratings recorded in January 2014, and represents the lowest ratings Obamacare has seen since its peak in approval in 2012. The percentage of those surveyed who disapprove of the healthcare law came out to 56 percent, which is a record high. The Gallup poll was conducted between the dates of November 6 and November 9 of 2014, just days after midterm elections and days before the onset of the second open-enrollment period...Continue reading →


Obamacare Decreasing Property Taxes

Posted on December 15, 2012 by adminadmin

One of the biggest impacts of the Affordable Care Act has been its ability to decrease the number of unpaid hospital bills across the United States. This was accomplished with the expansion of various state Medicaid programs. To date, 27 states and the District of Columbia have accepted the expansion offering. While this is a victory in itself, as the Affordable Care Act has provided healthcare to those low-income individuals who could not afford it otherwise, the expansion has also created another victory for Americans. Due to the fact that states do not have to use their funds for these...Continue reading →


Immigration Changes to Increase Latino Enrollment

Posted on December 11, 2012 by adminadmin

The Obama administration has made it a priority to bring more Latinos health insurance during Obamacare’s second open-enrollment period. Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell recently did interviews for Telemundo and Univision promoting healthcare programs. She also engaged in an online hangout with various Latina bloggers to answer questions. Furthermore, the administration is expanding its reach with radio advertisements geared towards the Latino community, offering tips on how they can enroll in an affordable health plan this year. Though official numbers have not been released, the administration’s tactics appear to be sound. President Obama’s imminent immigration reform...Continue reading →