How Do Free Wellness Visits Work? Are There Limits?

Is it true that doctors can only treat you for three different things on one visit. That’s what a doctor told me today when I went for a visit that because of obamacare they can only treat me for three different issues and that I would need to go another day and pay again for
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The Trump Administration Deleted the Official ObamaCare Facts Section on HHS (But We Have a Link to the Archive)

The Trump Administration has deleted the official “ObamaCare Facts” section on HHS called “Facts & Features.” Luckily, WayBack Machine archives everything, so we still have access. If you want to find out a ton of ObamaCare Facts you can always check our independent website, but you can also check the internet archives. Here is the…

Who Uses ObamaCare?

Everyone who has health coverage uses ObamaCare in one way or another. It is a misconception that only one demographic is impacted by the Affordable Care Act. Those who are impacted the most by ObamaCare’s provisions are those covered under the expansion of Medicaid, those who qualify for cost assistance, those who got covered by…

How are Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage Different?

What is the Difference Between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans? We compare Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage to help you better understand the difference between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans. Both Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage are Federally regulated and ACA-compliant, but the fact that aspects of Medicare are privatized means there are significant…

Short-Term and Major Medical Health Insurance

What is Short-term Health Insurance? Short-term and major medical insurance plans both provide coverage in case of a medical catastrophe, but they have significant differences. If you need medical coverage, you may be able to buy short-term health insurance outside open enrollment. It is not the same as a major medical policy, which is also…

ObamaCare Facts Archive

The facts below are our original “ObamaCare facts” page. These ObamaCare facts will give you a sense of how things used to be and what has changed. See our up-to-date “ObamaCare” facts page here. It is easy to forget that time when women paid more than men for health insurance, or when you could be denied…

The History of Medicare

Medicine and Medicare in the U.S. The U.S. has had a Medicare program since the mid-1900’s and has accepted a theoretical responsibility to take care of the elderly, veterans, and the poor. Improved standards of living have increased our life expectancy tremendously. It was not unusual to see people in this country live only through…

What is Medicare and How Can You Qualify?

What is Medicare? We explain what Medicare is, how you can qualify for Medicare, and how the Affordable Care Act affects Medicare. Medicare is a federal health insurance program that most people pay into while working and all citizens can access when they turn 65. Medicare is funded by two trust funds held by the US Treasury: the Hospital…

ObamaCare News Archives 2012 – 2014

ObamaCare News Archives Below you will find our archive of news articles on the Affordable Care Act from 2012 – 2014, see our current ObamaCare news section for recent news related to the ACA. ObamaCare News November 2014 Should I Shop Inside or Outside of the Marketplace? Published November 20th, 2014 by ObamaCare Facts Most of…

So Grateful for ObamaCare! – Story

Yesterday I went in for my annual physical, my second since I first enrolled in Obamacare in 2014. What a pleasure it was to go to my doctor’s office, be greeted by the friendly staff, be well taken care of by my doctor, get basic wellness tests lined up, and walk out the door without…

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