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Nevada State Exchange Folds

Posted on October 20, 2012 by adminadmin

$474 million was the reported amount wasted on four state-specific healthcare exchanges, including that of Oregon, Massachusetts, Maryland and Nevada. Weeks later, Nevada’s final individual tally was released to the public – $91 million – along with a prompt decision to turn to the federal government for salvation. Nevada, whose state exchange only enrolled 45,390 people, is shutting down their marketplace and joining Healthcare.gov. But $91 million isn’t a loss you can just sweep under the rug, not if the taxpayers who provided these funds have anything to say about it. And spoiler alert: they always do. Since the healthcare...Continue reading →

 

Americans Are Unaware of Federal Assistance with Insurance

Posted on October 14, 2012 by adminadmin

Knowledge is power, as they say. It’s the world’s most valuable commodity. Unfortunately, a recent study by the Kaiser Family Foundation suggests that many Americans who enrolled in Obamacare are lacking in this department. First of all, the Department of Health and Human Services released the numbers behind Affordable Care Act enrollment this month. One statistic revealed that 85 percent of those who enrolled were eligible for premium subsidies, aka federal help to pay for insurance. Going back to the Kaiser study, only 46 percent of those polled reported receiving federal insurance help. To provide insight into the survey, 742...Continue reading →

 

Virginia Rejects Medicaid Expansion

Posted on October 13, 2012 by adminadmin

There is a certain charge associated with the Medicaid expansion, a noticeable connotation. If you walk up to a group of strangers and start spouting facts about this portion of the Affordable Care Act, you can expect a reaction. The problem is that it varies by group. Red states and most of the conservatives across the country will likely respond with a frown and its matching fiery stare. Democratic liberals, however, will generally meet your words with positive enthusiasm and interest. By and large, the group approves of Obamacare and finds the Medicaid expansion to be one of its greatest...Continue reading →

 

Obamacare Offers Pregnant Women Additional Coverage Through Medicaid

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Pop comes the baby! This is the classic wrench in the plan, and a substantial amount of women – about 50 percent – are not financially prepared to give birth. As did many of the new enrollees in the Affordable Care Act, some of these women didn’t pick their policy based on benefits. They chose based on price. And as their baby bump continues to build, thoughts begin to enter their mind. They understand that a birth can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $50,000. So they wonder how they’re going to afford this. They ask whether they’ll ever see an...Continue reading →

 

Poll: Obamacare Not a Primary Issue in Elections

Posted on September 29, 2012 by adminadmin

From Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) to Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Republicans have been vowing and trying with the greatest of zeal to repeal Obamacare, or, at the very least, to convince the public of its “evils.” On innumerable occasions, they’ve condemned it as a doombringer, ushering in the destruction of the nation’s healthcare system. Hence, the call for repeal, reform, and in some cases, repeal and then reform. Obamacare’s conservative opposition has suggested them all at one point or another, hoping to gain a significant edge in the upcoming elections by capitalizing on the public’s disapproval of the law. After...Continue reading →

 

Uninsured Rate Plummets in Minnesota

Posted on September 26, 2012 by adminadmin

The number that Americans are most concerned with – the big question on everybody’s mind – is yet to be answered. The nation sits in eager anticipation, waiting as the days go by, wondering just how many of Obamacare’s enrollees were previously uninsured. By and large, most everyone believes that this figure is the best indication of the healthcare law’s success. Nevertheless, we don’t have it. Polls and surveys have been filed; studies completed. They show snippets of the bigger picture. But that’s all they are, small portraits during a time when the audience wants the entire chapel painted. And...Continue reading →

 

No Influx of Sick Patients, Says Study

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Obamacare would bring out many sick patients. It was inevitable; there was no doubting it. That’s what the masses said, what they believed, and at the time, their logic seemed flawless. Since the Affordable Care Act was designed in part to help those who couldn’t afford insurance attain it, it stands to reason that the previously uninsured might have had preexisting conditions, or below average health, because of it. By giving them access to medical services, it was assumed that there would be an influx of sick patients there for check-ups or preventive care. A telling study from athenahealth.com says...Continue reading →

 

Complementary and Alternative Medicine Expand Under ACA

Posted on September 24, 2012 by adminadmin

Those old AT&T commercials were brilliant in their simplicity — a grown man sits at a children’s table and he asks kids the most basic questions imaginable: Do you prefer big or small, more or less? To which the children would respond without hesitation, with confidence in each and every syllable they uttered: BIG! MORE! Thus, AT&T communicated the plain truth behind their campaign: You want more service, more coverage – choose AT&T, the country’s largest 4G network. The TV spot resonated with viewers. It’s true. They wanted more; they wanted better. More improvements, more coverage; these adjustments would...Continue reading →

Young Adults Have New Advantages with ACA Mental Health Benefits

Posted on September 23, 2012 by adminadmin

There is no doubting the primary purpose of the Affordable Care Act — better health for all. Be it coverage for the young, the old or those with preexisting conditions, the principle remains the same. The Obama administration has demonstrated a diligent focus on providing care for those that need it, and such an intense approach has resulted in triumphs left and right, albeit with some momentary stumbles. The latest health care feature inspected under the microscope is mental health care. The Affordable Care Act has made it more accessible than ever before and there are numbers to prove it....Continue reading →

 

Flip-Flopping Continues on Obamacare

Posted on September 22, 2012 by adminadmin

From repeal to reform and back again, conservatives and the rest of the Obamacare -opposed teeter with a remarkable consistency. And the latest addition to the “unbalancing” act is none other than Kentucky’s Republican Senator and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. He wants Obamacare gone “root and branch” – just not in Kentucky. Kynect, the state healthcare exchange established in Kentucky via the Affordable Care Act, is working wonders. Efficient and accessible, it’s providing health insurance to consumers in a competitive marketplace where premiums and services remain comparable. And best of all, unlike Oregon, Nevada, Massachusetts, and more, folding to...Continue reading →