An editorial by Harry P. Selker, MD, MSPH, William H. Frist, MD, and Stuart Altman, PhD, published in the journal Science Translational Medicine says the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is an example of the role of experimentation...Show More Summary
An editorial published says the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is an example of the role of experimentation in improving health at the public policy level.
Paul Krugman gets into the weeds to show how Obamcare is saving money. The rate of increase in medical costs has really slowed down, in keeping with the law’s official title: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. …many, though by no means all, of the cost-control measures have already kicked in. Has the curve […]
Bending the cost curve: Obamacare’s Secret Success, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times: The law establishing Obamacare was officially titled the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. And the “affordable” bit wasn’t just about subsidizing premiums. It was also supposed...
Another dose of comedy news about the Puerile, Pathetic, Absurdly-Concocted Awfulness Patient Protection and “Affordable” Care Act, AKA “ObamaCare”: Build a Working Web Site Where Folks Can Sign Up? No Can Do. Pay a “Nonpartisan” Group $1 Million to Find ObamaCare “Success Stories”? No Problem. Mainstream Media Joins in to Help “Polish the Trd” Think […]
There are some rumors that the administration wants to distance itself from the slang "Obamacare," a term the president embraced in the 2012 campaign but now finds hurtful to his polls and his colleagues in the Congress. But what would...Show More Summary
This just in: The U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday morning agreed to review the constitutionality of the Patient Protection Act's contraceptive requirement.
Here ya go – another dose of stupidity jackassery foolishness entertainment news concerning that new law named the Patently Pathetic Abjectly Clueless Absurdity Patient Protection and “Affordable” Care Act, AKA “Obamacare”. Number of...Show More Summary
Here’s another batch of daily comedy entertainment lnanity news from DC, again courtesy of that “wonderful” new law called the Plainly-Pathetic Absolutely Comical Absurdity Patient Protection and “Affordable” Care Act (hat-tip to the Drudge Report): CA Tells POTUS: Your Proposed Fix Ain’t Good Enough for CA Doctors Ain’t a Fan of PPACA-Driven Pay Cuts Some NY […]
Best estimates are that about 5 million individuals have received health insurance cancellation notices so far due to the requirements of the law known as the Patently Puerile Abominably-Crafted Asininity Patient Protection and “Affordable” Care Act (PPACA). But to re-purpose an old song title, regarding insurance cancellations due to the PPACA it looks like “you […]
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act outlines eight ways you can be exempt from the individual mandate and its penalties. Do any apply to you?
Here ya go – today’s P!ss-Poor Asininely Comical Abomination Patient Protection and “Affordable” Care Act comedy news, courtesy of the Drudge Report: CO Man Applies for Health Insurance; His Dog Gets Coverage Number Insured Through Oregon’s Exchange So Far? Zero Exchange Is So Flaky, Major Insurer Stops Advertising Some DC Plans Cover Abortion, Don’t Cover […]
Learn something new every day. It looks like in passing that Puerile Pararthric Asininity Created by Agnosics Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), Congress – to paraphrase that “intrepid and August font of wisdom”, Paul “Fitzy” Fitzgerald – just might have “went and fed themselves.” And it looks like they did the same to […]
PRESIDENT OBAMA: Thank you. It's been six weeks since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's new marketplace has been open for business. And business is booming! In the first month, 106,000 people have successfully signed up to get covered. Show More Summary
One of the main boondoggle giveaways in features of the P!ss-Poor Abysmally-Crafted Abomination Patient Protection and “Affordable” Care Act (PPACA) is the fact that it subsidizes the cost of insurance for many. In fact, that’s one of the main ways it will screw over US taxpayers help the “poor”. So, no one would ever take […]
With religious challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate popping up all over the country, the Seventh Circuit has taken a stance -- and has even taken it a step further than other courts. The Seventh Circuit has determined that people and their secular, for-profit companies......
For the millions of Americans who are losing health plans they liked as a result of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Senior Editor Jacob Sullum writes, the name of hat law is a bitter joke: They do not feel protected, and they often find that the replacement coverage they are forced to buy costs a lot more. Show More Summary
For most Europeans, the violence of the debate over the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (otherwise known as the "Obamacare") in the United Sates seemed quite puzzling. Even if the recourse to a shutdown and the need to raise...Show More Summary
First, it is important to understand the difference between HIX and HIE. HIX usually refers to health insurance exchange or marketplace insurance, which is a central component of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Obamacare, the ACA or whatever you want to call it. Show More Summary
The Daughters [and Sons] of Mars A novel's tales of casualties, care and courage should be prescribed for those keen on putting boots on hostile ground. Ninety-five years after 1918, the reader is left wondering if the survivors of conflict will remain featureless. Show More Summary