We explain the MacArthur amendment to the AHCA that allows states to waive essential health benefits, charge more for preexisting conditions, and exempts congress.
House Republicans are considering high-risk pools (sick pools) as part of their ObamaCare replacement revival, we explain what “high-risk pools” mean.
Here is advice for conservatives in the White House and Freedom Caucus trying to hash out an ObamaCare replacement.
We have an opportunity to show Donald Trump a people’s healthcare plan, let’s work together to create something Great. Help us create an ObamaCare alternative.
The CBO scored the ObamaCare repeal and replace plan (American Health Care Act), it reduces the deficit by $337 billion over the decade and increases the uninsured by 24 million by 2026.
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.
Get the facts on the ObamaCare replacement plan by Burr, Hatch, and Upton: the Patient Choice, Affordability, Responsibility, and Empowerment (CARE) Act. Below we present a summary, some quick facts, a pros and cons chart, a complete section-by-section breakdown, and finally we compare the CARE Act proposal to ObamaCare. Keep in mind this is an older replacement… Read More
The Medicare Advantage Quality Bonus Program (QBP) was born out of the Affordable Care Act and carried the expectation to revolutionize Medicare Advantage (MA) plans by reducing payments to MA organizations. However, according to the Urban Institute report, the program must still meet these expectations. The report highlights several instances where the QBP is found… Read More
The Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a motion to expedite the case against the Affordable Care Act (ACA or ObamaCare).
White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said people would not lose health coverage if the ACA was struck down in a lawsuit supported by the Trump administration. However, that doesn’t make sense.
A Texas federal judge ruled the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) unconstitutional on Dec 14 2018. For now nothing changes. However, there could be real consequences down the road. UPDATE: The Judge officially ordered a stay, thus for now the ACA will remain in effect while the ruling is appealed. UPDATE: The Department of Justice (DOJ)… Read More
Below is a list of archived pages that are important to the site: ObamaCare Basics ObamaCare News: Daily ObamaCare Updates ObamaCare: Everything You Need to Know About the ACA ObamaCare What is ObamaCare? ObamaCare Facts ObamaCare Summary How Does ObamaCare Work? How Will ObamaCare Affect Me? Health Insurance Exchange ObamaCare Individual Mandate Minimum Essential… Read More
20 states are suing the Federal Government charging that without the mandate ObamaCare is illegal. Now consider Trump repealed the mandate, the 20 states are Republican led, and Trump’s administration won’t defend ObamaCare in Court.
What is ObamaCare? Understanding The Affordable Care Act (ACA) “ObamaCare” is a nickname for the healthcare law known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA). The law is often called the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for short. Many people are aware of the basics of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). They are aware… Read More
Short Term Coverage Vs. Major Medical Coverage Short term and major medical insurance plans both provide coverage in case of a medical catastrophe, but they have significant differences. Short-term plans are typically used to fill in the gaps between major medical coverage. They act as a temporary coverage and often offer lower premiums for less… Read More
Rand Paul opposes the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, not because it cuts too much, but because it doesn’t cut enough.
We discuss the Affordable Care Act under Trump and look at why some states are exploring state-based healthcare solutions like single payer.
I need Dental, Hearing, and Vision Care. Can I get it through Medicare? Medicare provides limited dental, hearing, and vision care. It covers some surgeries but no routine care. Available policies have limited coverage. What Does Medicare Cover? Medicare will not pay for routine care but may pay for testing if you have a condition… Read More
On this page we ask the question, “did the ACA (ObamaCare) lead to higher medical costs, or is something else causing the increase in healthcare costs?”
I am one of of the many people in America who is suffering from the broken healthcare system we have in our country right now. Every single day of my life I have to fight against my multiple chronic illnesses. It is a daily struggle that sometimes I win, and many times I lose. I… Read More
Here is a quick summary and some key facts on the May CBO Report on the American Health Care Act of 2017, AKA TrumpCare, the House bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
Rand Paul, Senate Bill 222, Long-Term Contracts, and the AHCA Rand Paul, like many Americans, doesn’t love the TrumpCare/RyanCare that came out of the house. Here is what Rand Paul thinks about healthcare reform. In Paul’s Fox News article in which he promotes his Senate Bill 222, Sen. Rand Paul: Senate has chance to fix ObamaCare… Read More
TrumpCare weakens (not eliminates) key protections for those with pre-existing conditions, which could result in some being excluded from the market due to cost.
Does TrumpCare Cover Pre-Existing Conditions? We explain how TrumpCare affects those with pre-existing conditions to help clear up the confusion regarding TrumpCare and Pre-existing conditions. UPDATE 2019: This plan never passed, and thus the specifics here are of historical interest only. The Basics of TrumpCare and Pre-Existing Conditions Generally speaking, Under ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act) no one with pre-existing conditions… Read More
We present a simple summary of the American HealthCare Act (AHCA), sometimes known as TrumpCare, the plan to repeal and replace aspects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) via the 2017 budget reconciliation process.