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Changes in the Affordable Care Act need to put patients first

The call came at 4:30 a.m. I answered when she called the second time, as I was too late to answer the first. “Dr. Harper. I think I need to go to the hospital. I just feel so weak.” It was Bessie, a patient I have known for over 15 years. She’s been struggling for […]

The Obama Administration's Record in the Supreme Court: Terrible

The Obama administration had some major wins in the Supreme Court over the past eight years. The Affordable Care Act survived challenge after challenge after challenge. The Court adopted the government's position on marriage equality, affirmative action, and abortion access. But there were losses as well: Citizens United, immigration......

A Catholic Physician’s Perspective on Repealing Obamacare

“A bad tree cannot bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.”  Matthew 7:18-19 Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act (ACA), is truly the fruit of a “bad tree.” The roots of this tree are decades old and include moral relativism and socialism with [...]

Internal Aetna Email Suggest Its Obamacare Withdrawals Weren't Business As Usual

4 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Insurance giant Aetna’s decision last summer to shut down its Affordable Care Act plans in 11 states created a ton of bad publicity for the law. Over and over again, Obamacare’s political opponents, including then-presidential candidate...Show More Summary

Large pre-ACA Medicaid expansion did not level health disparities in cancer surgery

An analysis of the New York State's Medicaid expansion, which predated the 2010 Affordable Care Act, finds substantial decrease in uninsured rate but little change in racial disparities when it comes to access to cancer surgery -- a proxy for complex cancer care.

When It Comes To Guns, The ‘Truth’ Really Will Set You Free

Now that the 45 th president has started dismantling the Affordable Care Act, I feel it incumbent upon myself to remind all my gun-nut friends that they might now be facing a serious, indeed highly-threatening assault on their 2 nd Amendment...Show More Summary

Trump’s First Order Has Strong Words On Health. Actual Impact May Be Weak.

4 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

The Trump administration has significant power to undermine the workings of the Affordable Care Act. The bigger question is how much of that power it will use. President Donald Trump’s executive order...

'Did he lie?': Democratic senator grills Trump health pick about whether he is developing Obamacare replacement

Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown suggested Tuesday that President Donald Trump may have lied about developing a replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act during a contentious line of questioning with the prospective secretary of health...Show More Summary

AlterNet Comics: Brian McFadden on Dr. Ryan's Affordable Care Act Replacement

Click here for reuse options! Who says the GOP doesn't have a plan? Click here for reuse options! Related Stories AlterNet Comics: Matt Bors on Trump's Health Care Plan AlterNet Comics: Jen Sorensen on the Futility of 'Just Give Him a Chance' AlterNet Comics: Brian McFadden on the Real Inaugural Events

Tom Price, Like Everyone, Is Totally Confused About Trump’s Supposed Health Care Plan

Is the Trump administration working on its own Affordable Care Act legislation? Is Trump’s nominee to lead the Department of Health and Human Services, Rep. Tom Price, involved in writing it? Does anyone know what is going on, at all?...Show More Summary

How Should Investors Play Healthcare?

President Donald Trump didn’t waste any time taking aim at the Affordable Care Act. On Friday, Trump signed an executive order aimed at weakening the landmark healthcare legislation. But questions remains as to ho investors should play the political quagmire. Show More Summary

Family Matters: Affording Care for a Family Member

Twenty-three year-old Emilie Lima Burke has started to save $20 per day. It’s not for a vacation or her retirement fund. Instead, she’s preparing for the moment she expects she’ll need to take care of her aging dad and all his expenses.  Burke, who runs the site BurkeDoes.com, a financial, health and career resource for […]

Large pre-ACA Medicaid expansion did not level health disparities in cancer surgery

(Georgetown University Medical Center) An analysis of the New York State's Medicaid expansion, which predated the 2010 Affordable Care Act, finds substantial decrease in uninsured rate but little change in racial disparities when it comes to access to cancer surgery - a proxy for complex cancer care.

New study: Trump to inherit $559B deficit, stable economy

Trump is promising higher growth as his administration curbs regulations, overhauls the tax code, and repeals the Affordable Care Act, former President Barack Obama's signature accomplishment. The projections come as Trump and Republicans...Show More Summary

Democrats Using the Tea Party Playbook

New York Times: “Party leaders, eyeing the huge protests last weekend and growing worries over the promised repeal of the Affordable Care Act, are hoping to recreate the mass movement that sprang up in 2009 and swept Republicans to power [...]

Study: 43,000 Could Die Under Affordable Care Act Repeal

11 hours agoNews : Truthdig

By Ilana Novick / AlterNet Remember death panels? Many of the most diehard proponents of this lie, who went on to benefit from the ACA, are about to meet the real death panelists.

Study: 43,000 Could Die Under Affordable Care Act Repeal

Click here for reuse options! More troubling signs of a deadly "health care" agenda. Remember death panels? It seems like only yesterday when rabid Tea Partiers tried to convince the public that under the Affordable Care Act, Grandma's...Show More Summary

Obamacare's Impact on Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment

There's no doubt the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or better known as Obamacare) has been a good for freelancers, the self-employed and other independent workers. As the chart below shows, the percentage of full-time independent workers with health insurance has...

GOP senators: Let states keep Obamacare

13 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

A proposal from two Republican senators would allow states to retain the Affordable Care Act or opt for a new program.

Obamacare More Popular Than Trump

Just as Republicans prepare to repeal Obamacare, there are signs that the health care law is more popular than ever. A new poll from Fox News finds that 50 percent of voters feel favorably about the Affordable Care Act -- a sharp uptick from the 41 percent who felt favorably about the law the last time the network polled, in the summer of 2015. Show More Summary

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