Paul Ryan confirmed, House Republicans “came up short” in their repeal and replace vote and ObamaCare will stay in place “for the foreseeable future.”
Opinions from the ObamaCareFacts.com staff. Read opinion editorials and other blog types articles about the Affordable Care Act.
The idea of an ObamaCare Death spiral is essentially a myth, so is the idea that Democrats forced the ACA through without Republican input.
Every man comes from a woman, and all private and public insurance is subsidized in some way, including employer insurance.
As supporters of the ACA we aren’t always filtering Trumpian policy through a rose colored lens, but with that said, here is what Trump should do with the ACA.
Planned Parenthood Could Be Defunded in 2017 If Nothing is Done to Change the Republican HealthCare Plan (TrumpCare) Planned Parenthood is at risk of being defunded in 2017. The American Health Care Act (RyanCare/TrumpCare) cuts funding to planned parenthood and strips coverage from 52 million. It does redirect some funding to community health centers, and it…
Some defenders of the AHCA (the American Health Care Act) say “what good is health insurance you can’t use due to cost?” We address this question.
We present a simple list of the pros and cons of the ObamaCare Replacement plan (as found in the The American Health Care Act) that some call TrumpCare.
Trump seems to have cautiously supported the House GOP effort to repeal and replace ObamaCare “The American Health Care Act”.
Below is an annotated transcript of Trump’s congress speech focused on the section about ObamaCare. We’ll explain the policy that the speech implies.
There was a good deal of content missing from HealthCare.Gov as of Feb. 17, 2017, and some senators sought answers from HHS Secretary Price.
Republicans keep coming out with “new” ideas, be it a Ryan plan, Paul plan, or Price plan… but each idea is a carbon copy of “the Better Way” plan with minor tweaks.
In ObamaCare this week: Humana plans to quit the exchanges for 2018, Ron Paul has an ACA replacement plan, and Tom Price offers fixes while reform is debated.
The ACA (ObamaCare) didn’t include a Public Option because Sen. Ben Nelson of Nebraska, a former Nebraska insurance commissioner, refused to vote for any bill with a public option.
We fact-check the full CNN ObamaCare debate between Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz. We also provide a transcript and the full video.
The Trump Administration submitted a rule meant to stabilize the insurance market. We explain the proposed rule.
ObamaCare “Repeal and Replace” is now “ObamaCare Repair”; but is this a name change, a policy change, or both? We discuss that.
Former HealthCare.gov CEO Kevin Counihan said the Trump administration killed advertising and outreach for that exchange intentionally “to suppress enrollment” in Obamacare plans.
In the simplest way possible, here is what TrumpCare should look like. We explain how to synthesis all current GOP plans with the ACA to create something awesome.
Trump recently promised “insurance for everybody”. By Trump’s own admission, this won’t be single payer, but it could mean expanded coverage.
Nearly everyone’s health coverage is highly subsidized (via tax breaks, if not credits). The group that costs tax payers the most money in healthcare is employees.
We explain the Republican ObamaCare “repeal and delay” plan which plans to defund and repeal ObamaCare and the delay a replacement.
Those who want to repeal ObamaCare due to being upset with the cost or the mandate should think carefully about why guaranteed coverage for preexisting conditions matters.
We examine the GOP’s “fix” for preexisting conditions and the mandate, and offer alternative solutions that pair with Price and Ryan’s ACA replacement plans.
We explain the House GOP Better Way Plan (the House Republicans’ ObamaCare replacement plan) and how it could change ObamaCare.
We explain why a nationwide non-profit public network should be included in any future healthcare reform plan that seeks to repeal and replace ObamaCare.