Posts Tagged 'affordable care act'

Data Appears to Negate Key GOP Healthcare Argument

data proves GOP anti-healthcare argument wrongIt’s no secret that health care, and access to that health care, is a key focal point in the current American political landscape. And while each side works overtime to put the spotlight on the data that best illustrates its respective points, one side seems to continue clinging to an argument that data suggests simply is not true.

Tapping into a common theme, Republicans have repeatedly villainized medical malpractice laws, lawyers, and ...

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Impermanence of Affordable Care Act Means No Limits on Medical Malpractice Claims, According to One New Jersey Case

opponents of affordable care act may be contributing to limitless malpractice recoveryThe Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare, is one of the largest and most complicated pieces of legislation in the history of modern government. Created and written to provide health insurance for those who would probably otherwise go without while also trying to take the needs of insurers into consideration, it is also one of the most controversial.

The Act covers everything from payment ...

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Obamacare Legal Challenges and Administrative Problems

there are many legal challenges to obamacareWhile the Affordable Care Act is facing numerous administrative problems, the number of Obamacare legal challenges is growing.

The Healthcare.gov Insurance Exchange is Overrun by Glitches and Delays

Problems with Healthcare.gov, the website intended to enroll people in online insurance exchanges, are well known at this point and currently the subject of Congressional inquiry. Enrollment is believed to be ...

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How the Affordable Care Act Will Help on a National Scale

While Americans worry about the effects of the Affordable Care Act on their personal lives—will their employer provide health insurance? will they have to pay for it themselves?—many Americans may not be aware of the benefits the Act will have for the nation as a whole.

Adding to the Federal Budget

According to the Congressional Budget Office, the Affordable Care Act will result in reducing the federal budget anywhere from $84 billion to $210 billion between 2012 to 2021. This figure depends ...

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