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The simple, sinister reason for the GOP’s never-ending war on Obamacare

House and Senate Republicans this week took the first step this week toward the repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. But without a replacement program in place, the GOP is nevertheless prepared...Show More Summary

American College of Physicians further dismayed by today's House vote

(American College of Physicians) The American College of Physicians (ACP) is further dismayed at today's House vote, which sets in motion the first step in the process of repealing essential coverage and patient protections established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Obamacare's Death Throes

Authored by Stephen Lendman, On March 23, 2010, Obama signed the misnamed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) into law. It’s a healthcare rationing scheme to enrich insurers, drug companies and large hospital chains in...Show More Summary

How Many Bombs Did President Nobel Peace Prize Drop in 2016?

As we approach the end of Barack Obama’s term in office (we can all breathe a little easier now), let us look back on his accomplishments: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) Destroying the Democratic Party Winning the Nobel Prize for Peace Taking a closer look at item no. Show More Summary

Pressure Mounts On GOP Congress To Create Obamacare Replacement

A letter to Congress from groups representing 400,000 physicians “urged Congress not to increase the number of uninsured, to ensure a viable health care safety net and to ensure vital patient protections in the health insurance marketplace, among other recommendations.”

WORST PRESIDENT EVER: Obama’s Signature Bill – Obamacare – Is a Complete Disaster

Guest post by Joe Hoft Obamacare is the more familiar term given to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act... The post WORST PRESIDENT EVER: Obama’s Signature Bill – Obamacare – Is a Complete Disaster appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

With Obamacare's repeal, California must lead the way on healthcare for all

To the editor: It’s quite clear by now that Republicans want to push the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, over a cliff while promising to build an airplane on the way down. (“The risky GOP push to repeal Obamacare with no backup plan,” editorial, Dec. 20) They...

Obamacare insurance expansion tied to faster emergency care

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(Reuters Health) - Some low-income U.S. patients may have an easier time choosing a hospital for emergency care thanks to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), a new study suggests.

Health care in uncertain times

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare, has not always been an agreeable issue. Some say it is expensive, while others say their lives have been saved by access to health insurance. By looking...Show More Summary

Is Health Care In America Really So Bad?

On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). The intent of the law was to provide health insurance to all Americans while, at the same time, lower the health care costs for the people and the United States government. Show More Summary

Why the Affordable Part Didn’t Work

By PAUL KECKLEY On March 23, 2010, Congress passed the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act”. It soon became known as the “Affordable Care Act aka ACA” before being labeled “Obamacare”. Its aims were two: to reduce costs and cover everyone. In the 79 months since passage, it remains arguably the most divisive public policy

Could ambulatory surgical centers help bend the cost curve in US health care?

(American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons) US health-care costs have more than tripled since the 1960s1. Nearly one of every five dollars of national expenses1,2 are spent on health care. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act...Show More Summary

The Age of Trumpian Uncertainty

By PAUL KECKLEY The new Chief Executive Officer of the United States of America Inc. will take office January 20th and likely make good on his promise to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. It only requires a majority in both houses of Congress to pass and that’s assured based on the election

Hey, Democrats - Donald Trump has some good ideas for healthcare reform

Donald Trump and running mate Mike Pence talked about their plans for the U.S. healthcare system again this week, beginning where Republicans usually begin: by calling for the complete repeal of the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. But to get where they...

Yer 2017 ObamaCare Enrollment Period Update

The 2017 premiums for that      Pathetically Puerile Abominable Collection of Asininity “wonderful” law called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – AKA “ObamaCare” – have been released. The numbers for next year?  Well, as they might have said where I was raised:  “Them numbers ain’t lookin’ so good.” Nationwide, for the 39 states using […]

Fake Clinics Sue Illinois Officials Over Patient Protection Law

This is one of two lawsuits filed against Illinois officials for passing the Healthcare Right of Conscience Act amendment, which requires clinics to discuss abortion care with people inquiring about the procedure. The post Fake Clinics Sue Illinois Officials Over Patient Protection Law appeared first on Rewire.

Yet Another Installment of ObamaCare “Good News”

Well, we have more “good news” about that wonderful Federal law called the      Patently Pathetic Accumulated Conglomerate of Asininity         Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, AKA “ObamaCare”. I’ve written before about issues...Show More Summary

Medicaid expansion did not increase emergency department use

Researchers have found that the expansion of Medicaid insurance coverage in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act did not increase hospital emergency department visits, as was widely predicted by policymakers and researcher...

Study Finds Medicaid Expansion Did Not Increase Emergency Department Use

GW researchers published a Health Affairs study finding that the expansion of Medicaid insurance coverage in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act did not increase hospital emergency department visits, as was widely predicted by policymakers and researchers.

Study finds Medicaid expansion did not increase emergency department use

WASHINGTON (Aug. 9, 2016) -- George Washington University (GW) researchers published a Health Affairs study finding that the expansion of Medicaid insurance coverage in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) did not increase hospital emergency department visits, as was widely predicted by policymakers and researchers. read more

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