Category Archives: Obamacare

The state of healthcare in the State of the Union Address

The State of the Union Address is set for tomorrow night, Jan. 12, 2016 and one of the big questions is whether any new announcements will be made regarding Obamacare, electronic health records or Meaningful Use. The State of the … Continue reading

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The big Advantage to Medicare’s rising revolution

In case you missed it, the “Motley Fool” had an article this week about the rise of Medicare Advantage as the answer to the growing healthcare costs faced by seniors. In 2010 there were 39.4 million seniors in the U.S. … Continue reading

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GOP wins the Obamacare jackpot

The Supreme Court upheld Obamacare last week, handing a major win to Republicans. It’s not a typo. The biggest winner in the Affordable Care Act ruling was the Republican Party, which dodged a bullet and picked up a golden opportunity … Continue reading

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Healthcare poll tracks with Obama approval

In case you missed it, a Gallup poll hit earlier this month that concludes the majority of Americans say that it’s not the federal government’s job to ensure all Americans have healthcare coverage. It’s an interesting shift from 2006, when … Continue reading

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The art of misdirection — Obamacare buzzwords boost private companies

I live in Virginia and one of our largest papers, the Virginian-Pilot, did a story this week about companies that capitalize on the confusion surrounding the official words and names in the Affordable Care Act. For example, the Virginia Health … Continue reading

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