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Five Factors That Could Affect Obamacare in the Future

Posted on December 10, 2012 by adminadmin

With the second open-enrollment period underway, citizens across the country look to the future and consider the changes in store for Obamacare. Even four years after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, factors continue to cause adjustments to the healthcare law. The following five elements have a chance of causing their own changes, both incremental and extreme. 1) Repeal remains unlikely. The new Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) recently acknowledged that Republicans most likely do not have the 60-vote majority necessary to fully repeal the bill. McConnell has also said that a presidential signature would be necessary for...Continue reading →

 

Alaska Gov.-Elect Pushes for Medicaid Expansion

Posted on December 9, 2012 by adminadmin

A recent study by the Urban Institute reveals that the total 10-year cost of a Medicaid expansion in Alaska would be just $147 million. Additionally, the same report indicates that by refusing the offer for medical care, the state is missing out on $1.5 billion in federal funds and $600 million in hospital reimbursement. Thus, the financial wisdom of expanding Medicaid is evident. Bill Walker, Governor-elect for the state of Alaska, campaigned on the promise of expanding Medicaid on these merits, and the obvious human benefits associated with additional medical care. Just weeks after his victory, he is already talking...Continue reading →

 

Five Factors That Could Affect Obamacare in the Future

Posted on December 8, 2012 by adminadmin

With the second open-enrollment period underway, citizens across the country look to the future and consider the changes in store for Obamacare. Even four years after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, factors continue to cause adjustments to the healthcare law. The following five elements have a chance of causing their own changes, both incremental and extreme. 1) Repeal remains unlikely. The new Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) recently acknowledged that Republicans most likely do not have the 60-vote majority necessary to fully repeal the bill. McConnell has also said that a presidential signature would be necessary...Continue reading →

 

Obamacare Expanding Opportunities for the Employed

Posted on December 5, 2012 by adminadmin

One thing that the Obama administration has demonstrated through six years in office is that change begets change. “Change” was the focus of President Obama’s 2008 campaign. He ran under the promise that he would bring about adjustments and modifications to the current government. The Affordable Care Act was one such alteration. Truly, it was more of an overhaul. In any case, by changing the state of the U.S. healthcare system with Obamacare, President Obama and his administration have produced more change. One notable alteration concerns the workplace. Since the Affordable Care Act established widely available health insurance, Americans no...Continue reading →

 

Obama Administration Adjusts Tactics to Attract Enrollees

Posted on December 4, 2012 by adminadmin

Obamacare’s first open-enrollment period had its hitches. Healthcare.gov featured numerous bugs, which left the American public disgruntled and highly critical of the administration’s health insurance rollout. One year later, the Obama administration seeks to right previous wrongs. They are approaching the second open-enrollment period with the same strategy – get people covered – but they’re employing different tactics. Whereas last year, President Obama was tweeting about the need to get health coverage, along with Katy Perry, the days leading up to November 15 have been quiet. For the architects marketing the Health Insurance Marketplace this year, that seems to be...Continue reading →

 

Refusal More Costly than Medicaid Expansion

Posted on December 2, 2012 by adminadmin

The initial cost to accept Medicaid expansion when the Obama administration offered states the opportunity in 2013 was nothing. The immediate federal assistance was free of charge, with payment plans coming further down the road. American citizens have become much more interested in the other side of the equation. The questions that they have are: How have the states that refused Medicaid expansion been affected? How much must they pay? Examining the 24 states that have remained adamant in their refusal to accept the expansion offering, a recent study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation reveals important insight into these...Continue reading →

 

Obamacare Reduces Hospital Costs

Posted on December 1, 2012 by adminadmin

Some Americans have a negative perception of the Affordable Care Act, and its influence on job loss and their tax dollars. With upcoming midterm elections to be held November 4, and the beginning of the next health insurance enrollment period to start on November 15, Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell is trying to shed a more positive on the ACA. In a recent statement, Secretary Burwell said that because of Obamacare, “We project that hospitals will save $5.7 billion in uncompensated care costs this year.” You may be wondering where these savings are coming from. According to...Continue reading →

 

Obamacare Architect’s Comments Spark Outrage and ACA Opposition

Posted on November 25, 2012 by adminadmin

The Affordable Care Act is a healthcare law that features thousands of regulations. It’s dense, complex, and the vast majority of American voters have not read the legislation in its entirety. According to Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber, that was the goal. “ make it explicit that healthy people pay and sick people get money, wouldn’t have passed… Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage.” The “Cadillac tax,” which is set to take effect in 2018, is an excise tax that will reduce health care usage/costs by promoting business owners to offer health plans that are more affordable, requiring employees...Continue reading →

 

How to Save Money in the Health Insurance Marketplace This Year

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To many Americans, the most important thing about health insurance is the cost that comes with it. The public wants to make sure that the health insurance premium it must pay is within reason, and that is fits in-budget. This year’s cost increases of medical coverage could make doing so more difficult. However, there is one way to ensure that you save a good deal of money on health insurance during the second open-enrollment period. Consider enrolling in a new health plan. Consumers who purchased the most affordable plan last year may be tempted to stay the course and not...Continue reading →

 

How to Save Money in the Health Insurance Marketplace This Year

Posted on November 24, 2012 by adminadmin

To many Americans, the most important thing about health insurance is the cost that comes with it. The public wants to make sure that the health insurance premium it must pay is within reason, and that is fits in-budget. This year’s cost increases of medical coverage could make doing so more difficult. However, there is one way to ensure that you save a good deal of money on health insurance during the second open-enrollment period. Consider enrolling in a new health plan. Consumers who purchased the most affordable plan last year may be tempted to stay the course and not...Continue reading →