After years of hating on the Affordable Care Act and vowing to repeal it, the Republicans are finally getting their wish. House Republicans released long-awaited legislation to replace it on Monday, and now the bills head to committees so they can have a field day marking them up. Keep in mind, this is all still
President Obama’s quiet rejection of a bill to dismantle Obamacare signals good news for health reform.
Two-thirds of the way through its 3rd open enrollment, all is calm and relatively bright for health reform.
As Obamacare’s fine doubles, having health insurance may be cheaper than not having it in 2016.
The CDC reports the number of Americans struggling with medical bills is down for a 4th year.
Can Obamacare provide enough profit to keep co-ops and private insurers solvent? Time will tell.
UnitedHealth Group threatens to leave the Obamacare exchanges. Will other major insurers follow?
The AMA says 2 pending major health mergers would reduce competition and adversely affect patient care.
The math of Obamacare’s small business plan isn’t adding up for small businesses.
A new challenge seeks to further distance religious nonprofits from Obamacare’s birth control requirements.