Many states that scoffed at the Medicaid Expansion to Obamacare are seeing the light. What will they do as their Senators and Congresspersons vow repeal?
Repealing the Affordable Care Act without replacing it, as some conservative hardliners are demanding, would cost a minimum of 37,127 lives over two years.
A majority of the public is skeptical the Republican health bill (AHCA) would be an improvement over the Affordable Care Act.
After literally years of promises, House Republicans finally have a bill, Trumpcare, they say will “repeal and replace” Obamacare.
A comprehensive and concise explanation of the successes of the ACA that all should know before anyone comes out in support of any repeal/replace
Agreement on how exactly to “repeal and replace” the federal health law is giving Republican fits as they are unable to come to a consensus.
President Barack Obama took to the media to pressure Republicans to unveil a replacement proposal before they repeal major parts of the law.
By Julie Rovner Leading Republicans have vowed that even if they repeal most of the Affordable Care Act early in 2017, a replacement will not hurt those currently receiving benefits. Republicans will seek to ensure that “no one is worse off,” said House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., in an interview with a Wisconsin newspaper earlier […]
Despite Obamacare’s rising prices, decreased insurer participation & a vigorous political threat, consumer enrollment for 2017 is outpacing last year.
Prospective Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price brings a distinctive to-do list to the agency that will affect health policy.