The Senate GOP introduced a bill to ensure coverage for Patients with pre-existing conditions. However, the bill doesn’t actually ensure coverage for pre-existing conditions.
A universal healthcare initiative to the people was filed in Washington State on January 23, 2018. If supporters are able to gather valid voter signatures by July 6th, 2018 (about 260,000) I-1600 will appear on the 2018 general election ballot in November. I-1600 Brief Summary of Parts I, II, III Part I creates a new… Read More
S.2372 – VA MISSION Act of 2018, which passed through both the House and Senate with bipartisan support, was signed into law on June 6th, 2018. The legislation amends, expands, and unifies existing Veterans Choice Programs. Unlike the previous Veterans Choice Program, the new community care program requires the congressional appropriations committees to provide designated… Read More
The IRS has announced an extension for employers and insurers to furnish forms 1095-B and 1095-C for 2017 coverage. This might result in tax payers not having these forms to file taxes before April 15th, 2018. Employers must supply 1095-B to employees they provided coverage to in 2017 by March 2, 2018. Insurers must supply 1095-B… Read More
An announcement from Jeff Bezos, Jamie Dimon, and Warren Buffet this week sent healthcare stocks tumbling and set media abuzz with speculation and surprise. While that speculation ranged from “end of all healthcare woes” to “the end of all things single payer!” In truth, there is very little we do know except that it is… Read More
We explain the basics of the Bernie Sanders Medicare-for-all bill, a bill to expand universal coverage to all Americans by expanding Medicare.
Everything You Need To Know About the Senate’s ObamaCare Repeal and Replace Bill (the Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017 Explained) We explain the Senate revision of the House’s American Health Care Act (TrumpCare AKA the Senate’s ObamaCare repeal and replace plan). The bill was just released today, so we need time to do a… Read More
We explore how conservatives can seek market-based universal healthcare by examining the market-based universal healthcare systems of Singapore and Switzerland.
We review and explain each of the provisions in the House bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, “The American Health Care Act”.
We review “the American Health Care Act” (The New ObamaCare Replacement Plan) to help everyone understand the proposed changes.
Open Enrollment for Marketplace insurance ends January 31st. Even though the future of the ACA is less than certain, there are no changes to Marketplace insurance or Cost Assistance yet. If you are still in need of health insurance for 2017, please sign up at Healthcare.gov or your state’s Marketplace while you still can. Support Marketplaces and Cost Assistance… Read More
Trump signed an Executive Order on the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) on his “first day” as President to “prepare” for the law’s repeal.
Washington State House Bill 1026 Several House representatives in Washington have sponsored HB 1026 which would establish a single-payer health care system in Washington state using the Affordable Care Act’s State Innovation Waiver 1332. The 1332 waivers first became available to state legislators this year, and these waivers allow states to utilize 95% of the… Read More
Healthcare providers across the nation are unsure of whether they will be able to survive an abrupt repeal of Obamacare without a comprehensive replacement.
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.
After meeting with President Obama, Trump has stated that he won’t repeal ObamaCare, but will amend or repeal and replace it.