Category Archives: Obamacare

Healthcare — the debate segment you weren’t paying attention to

Let’s be honest – by the time the Oct. 9 presidential debate turned to healthcare, most of us weren’t paying attention to the candidates’ words – we were just yelling comebacks and insults at the screen. So in case you … Continue reading

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Obamacare analysis misses the point

There’s been a lot of news and analysis about Obamacare recently and most of it has been negative. One positive piece, however, spotlighted the way in which Obamacare may end up saving the healthcare system money in the long run. … Continue reading

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The next new healthcare plan

Between the Democratic sit-in on the floor of the House and England’s EU Brexit vote, it was easy to miss the Republicans rolling out their healthcare plan last week. So in case you missed it, we’ve put together a synopsis. … Continue reading

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Middle-aged drug deals: the search for antibiotics

Over the last few years, as I’ve approached 40, I’ve noticed a lot of “middle-aged drug dealing” in my extended social circle. I started paying attention after an acquaintance posted on Facebook, asking if anyone had any old antibiotics in … Continue reading

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Feds to start rating insurance plans

On March 8, the Obama Administration will publish new rules for health insurance companies in the coming year. The most significant change is that the federal government will start rating health insurance plans based on how many providers are included … Continue reading

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