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Employers Refusing to Hire, Diminishing

Posted on September 22, 2012 by adminadmin

The first thing that most citizens remember about Obamacare was the confusion it caused. No one knew what the term meant, what it entailed. They had even less of a clue as to its consequences. However, like the most delicate antiquity at auction, the truth was slowly unveiled, and people began to imagine the implications. One popular problem to point out was the probable decrease in jobs the healthcare plan created. By forcing companies to pay for insurance if they had a certain number of employees, a bloodbath was basically inevitable – or so many believed. As the months passed,...Continue reading →

 

Conservatives Campaign to Eliminate the Employer Mandate

Posted on September 19, 2012 by adminadmin

Bearing a striking resemblance to the individual mandate, the employer mandate requires that every business with more than 50 full-time workers must provide health insurance for full-time employees. If it does not, the business must pay an Employer Shared Responsibility Payment on their tax return. Basically, just like the individual mandate: get insurance or pay the penalty. The employer mandate just exists on a larger scale. Furthermore, just like the individual mandate, the employer iteration has been met with its fair share of criticism. As with all things Obamacare, the employer mandate is based on ideals. Ensuring that all full-time...Continue reading →

 

Ben Carson: Obamacare Worse than 9/11

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In a recent interview with the Daily Beast, Republican fan favorite and retired surgeon Ben Carson uttered the unthinkable: Obamacare is worse than 9/11. The Affordable Care Act has received no small opposition since its inception and establishment. Opinions against it continue to mount despite its success. However, while arguments have been numerous about how Obamacare is devastating the nation’s healthcare system, no opponent has ever said anything quite as extreme as Carson’s latest claim. Obamacare is worse than the terrorist attacks that rocked the nation to its very core? One would think that Carson envisioned President Obama reciting Robert...Continue reading →

 

Obamacare Taming Insurance Hikes

Posted on September 17, 2012 by adminadmin

In addition to the provision of healthcare to those who could not afford it, the Affordable Care Act’s secondary goal was to limit the hikes of health insurance premiums. For years, insurance companies have been requesting higher and higher prices, and the state of California in 2013 gives you the best glimpse of the problem. The Golden State’s Aetna division proposed a rate increase of approximately 22 percent for some of their clients last year. Anthem Blue Cross was no better, requesting a 26 percent rate hike. And back in 2010, Anthem Blue Cross is recorded to have asked for...Continue reading →

 

Ad Attacks on Obamacare Continue

Posted on September 16, 2012 by adminadmin

Children are hiding under their beds; their older siblings are checking their closets at night. Parents are shutting their eyes and ears out of sheer terror. Why? Because of Obamacare — the most effective boogeyman of our time. Congressmen, your parents, even your friends, wield it against you. Constantly, they rear the repulsive sound of its name, paralyzing you in fear. The country’s representatives claim it’s only adding to the uninsured, not subtracting. It’s driving up the premiums to unaffordable levels. By all accounts, it’s the next national crisis. At this point, there’s no denying that you can’t have an...Continue reading →

 

Government Revamps Online Marketplace Early

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Government Revamps Online Marketplace Early Few have forgotten the disastrous launch of the Obama Care online marketplace. The chaos and associated frustration have been well noted. And the Obama administration will not see that happen again. To prevent such a recurrence, the federal government is taking preliminary measures to revamp the marketplace, their – albeit lofty – goal being a seamless enrollment period in 2015. The Wall Street Journal reports that officials are removing major pieces from HealthCare.gov to ensure that the same stubborn glitches from last year do not make a return. That’s not to say that the process...Continue reading →

 

Obamacare Gives Young Cancer Patients Longer, Healthier Lives

Posted on September 15, 2012 by adminadmin

Preventive care is one of the key medical components of the Affordable Care Act. The best way to fight an illness is to make sure that you never contract it, of course. However, cancer is not a disease so easily fought off. And such diagnoses have a unique ability to strike fear. Nevertheless, such a horrible sickness has lost some of its power because of Obamacare. As a recent study done by Dr. Ayal Aizer of the Dana Farber Cancer Institution in Boston has found, patients with insurance under the Affordable Care Act have a much better chance of recovery...Continue reading →

 

Obamacare Proving Especially Affordable in Florida

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“Affordability” was the most important tenet of the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act. It’s in the bill’s name for crying out loud. Designed to expand the accessibility of the nation’s healthcare, the government needed to drive down premiums. When push came to shove, President Obama promised to do so. Now, with the recent numbers coming out of Florida, his proclamations have been proven. According to a recent report from the Department of Health and Human Services, the average monthly premium is about $347. Your average Florida enrollee pays $68 after tax credits – a whopping 80 percent drop from the...Continue reading →

 

Obamacare Slashes Uninsured Rates for Blacks, Hispanics

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One of the primary goals of the Affordable Care Act was to provide coverage for blacks, Hispanics, and all low-income Americans. In comparison to the rest of the country, these groups were largely uninsured and unprotected. Moreover, the latest Gallup poll indicates that Obamacare can add another particularly sweet victory to its résumé. As of the beginning of June 2014, all three of these demographics have seen an increase in coverage. From April 1 to May 31, the survey was done over the phone and encompassed interviews of over 30,000 American adults. Its results were encouraging. First and foremost, the...Continue reading →

 

Push for Missouri Medicaid Expansion Imminent

Posted on February 24, 2012 by adminadmin

Former Sen. Christopher “Kit” Bond is making a push for the state of Missouri to expand Medicaid in the near future. While the Republican-led Missouri General Assembly has made it clear that Missouri does not have any current plans to accept the Medicaid expansion, Bond, who is a well-known lobbyist, is building support to sway opinions. Recently joining forces with Sen. Ryan Silvey (R-Kansas City), Bond and Silvey have declared that the military veterans organizations of the state are favor the expansion and the reformation of the state and federal healthcare program for poorer Americans. Kit Bond Strategies, which is...Continue reading →