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Number of unpaid hospital bills shrinks under Obamacare

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The number of unpaid medical bills is shrinking across the United States thanks to the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act. As more people sign up for private health insurance, and as more states expand Medicaid programs for low-income Americans, hospital companies are reporting lower...

As Obamacare Takes Hold, Unpaid Hospital Bills Vanish

As hospital operators begin to report second period earnings -- the sixth consecutive quarter of new revenue from once uninsured patients -- the number and size of unpaid medical bills continues to fall thanks to the Affordable Care Act. The health law last year began to provide subsidized private health [...]

Obamacare insured 68 percent of previously uncovered Californians

The Kaiser Family Foundation decided to do a longitudinal study of the uninsured and the effects of the Affordable Care Act on their lives and health. They chose California as a relatively representative population and began by establishing baselines in 2013, prior to the full implementation of the law. Show More Summary

"FREEDOM" by Grammy Nominees, The Battersby Duo

Civil Rights, equality, women's rights, affordable health care and children's rights are all issues that have been important to us for our whole lives. America has travelled vast distances politically and socially since December 1, 1955 when Rosa Parks was arrested for standing up for herself on that infamous bus in Montgomery Alabama. Show More Summary

Wheaton College Halts Student Health Coverage Due to Birth Control

Wheaton College in Illinois has announced plans to end health insurance for their students, due to the school’s religious beliefs. The move is a stand against the Affordable Care Act, which requires birth control coverage for all insurance plans. Show More Summary

Two-thirds of uninsured Californians gain coverage after Obamacare rollout

More than two-thirds of Californians uninsured before the Affordable Care Act now have coverage, a new report finds.

Judge Cites ACA 'Tax' Debate in Refusal to Release Gitmo Detainee

From the status of the U.S. conflict in Afghanistan to whether the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate is a tax or a penalty, the "government may not always say what it means or mean what it says," a federal district judge in Washington said on Thursday.       

Increased Competition Kept Lid on Health Insurance Inflation, U.S. Says

The Obama administration said on Thursday that many consumers were benefiting from increased competition among insurers under the Affordable Care Act.

Expanding Medicare System for All Would Eliminate Health Care Rationing

During the debate leading up to passage of the Affordable Care Act, members of Congress thundered against the prospect of health care rationing. Well, for reasons largely unrelated to Obamacare, we have health care rationing. Indeed,...Show More Summary

Wheaton College to Drop Student Health Insurance Because of 'Obamacare' Birth Control Mandate

Due to an objection with an Affordable Care Act mandate that requires health insurance plans to offer base birth control as part of its student health plans, the Wheaton College has announced that it will no longer offer health insurance to its students to avoid conflicting with the institution's Christian convictions.

First lab-on-cartridge device that can perform all common medical tests

Clinical laboratory tests play a crucial role in making sure patients get appropriate care, yet many small labs and clinics in low resource settings cannot afford the instruments needed to provide these tests. Research on a novel fingerprick test that can perform all common clinical diagnostics could help to expand access to basic medical testing in the developing world.

Lawsuit: Dave & Buster’s Cut Worker Hours to Avoid Providing Health Insurance

A new class action lawsuit accuses the national restaurant chain of cutting employee hours to avoid complying with the Affordable Care Act. Image: Shutterstock The post Lawsuit: Dave & Buster’s Cut Worker Hours to Avoid Providing Health Insurance appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Just the Latest Attack on Planned Parenthood and the Women It Serves

This week, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid, which have provided millions of Americans with accessible, affordable health care. These are lifelines that from their start were attacked by Republicans and their extremist allies around the country. Show More Summary

Just the Latest Attack on Planned Parenthood and the Women It Serves

This week, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid, which have provided millions of Americans with accessible, affordable health care. These are lifelines that from their start were attacked by Republicans and their extremist allies around the country. Show More Summary

Will SCOTUS Answer Nonprofits' ACA Contraception Mandate Prayers?

You may see Obamacare back in front of the Supreme Court next term, at least if religious nonprofits have their way. Just over a year ago, the Court ruled in Hobby Lobby that the Affordable Care Act must accommodate the religious objections of closely held corporations.Now, the court is facing......

The Faces of Health Care: Timothy S.

What has health reform meant to this country? That's a question that millions of Americans answer every day. Timothy is one of them. Read more of their stories here. "[The Affordable Care Act] literally saved my life." Before the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Timothy S. Show More Summary

The Best Kind of Health Insurance

I’m not interested in talking about Supreme Court decisions, the Affordable Health Care Act or for-profit versus non-profit business models. No, today I have something else in mind. It’s a perspective on health insurance that gets almost no attention at all despite the high costs and even higher stakes. Let’s look at an actual definition […]

New study shows Obamacare is succeeding at one of its most fundamental goals

It's been nearly two years since the Affordable Care Act was fully implemented. And a new study suggests it's succeeding at one of its basic goals: improving access to care. Through the first two open-enrollment periods, the US Department...Show More Summary

Here’s some more good news about Obamacare. Too bad it won’t dent the debate.

Whenever a health insurer announces that it will be requesting significant premium increases in the coming year, it’s guaranteed to generate news stories that are waved triumphantly by conservatives as proof that the Affordable Care Act is a failure and, just as they predicted, premiums are skyrocketing because the government is messing around in health […]

ACA Open Enrollment Periods Associated With Improved Coverage, Access to Care and Health

Results of a national survey that included more than half a million adults indicates significant improvements in trends for self-reported insurance coverage, access to a personal physician and medications, affordability and health after...Show More Summary

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