The proposed Trump Budget released in 2020 includes about $1 trillion in cuts for Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).
President Trump declared that ObamaCare was repealed, but in reality the GOP tax bill simply repealed the mandate for individuals to get coverage.
Republican senators are going to include a repeal of Obamacare’s individual mandate in the revised version of their tax plan.
To the question: “are there legal issues with switching from what is known as ObamaCare to what is known as TrumpCare?” The answer is potentially yes.
President Trump signed an executive order on Oct 12, 2017 to expand access to “association health plans,” to expand these across state lines, to expand short-term coverage, and to expand HRAs.
Trump indicated he would allow insurers to sell across state lines, this idea was in his campaign platform and can be done by executive order.
Everything You Need to Know About Enrolling in TrumpCare We explain how to sign up for TrumpCare and enroll in a TrumpCare plan (i.e., how to sign up for health insurance under President Trump). That means we’ll explain health insurance enrollment dates, how to get cost assistance, and other important information for getting covered under…
We explain the Trump administration plan to roll back the mandate for employers to provide plans that cover birth control.
The Trump Administration regulation published by CMS on Thursday April 13th was a handout to insurers, a blow to many consumers, and may curb premium costs.
Paul Ryan confirmed, House Republicans “came up short” in their repeal and replace vote and ObamaCare will stay in place “for the foreseeable future.”
TrumpCare vs. ObamaCare What is Different About the American Health Care Act / Better Care Reconciliation Act (TrumpCare) and the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare)? We explain the difference between ObamaCare and TrumpCare to show how TrumpCare (the American Health Care Act / Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017) and ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act) are different. The goal of this…
The Trump Administration submitted a rule meant to stabilize the insurance market. We explain the proposed rule.
If ObamaCare is repealed people on marketplace coverage might lose tax credits, but they will almost certainly be able to continue their plan. For others, it is more complicated.
After meeting with President Obama, Trump has stated that he won’t repeal ObamaCare, but will amend or repeal and replace it.
What is TrumpCare? “TrumpCare” describes health care reform under Donald Trump. We explain TrumpCare and how it is different than ObamaCare. An Introduction to the Many HealthCare Bills, Regulations, and Ideas We Call “TrumpCare.” Below we explain different aspects of TrumpCare. When people say “TrumpCare” they are essentially referring to healthcare changes made, attempted to be…