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Gaining Ground: Americans' Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care After the Affordable Care Act's First Open Enrollment Period

Gaining Ground: Americans’ Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care After the Affordable Care Act’s First Open Enrollment Period
Source: Commonwealth Fund

A new Commonwealth Fund survey finds that in the wake of the Affordable Care Act’s first open enrollment period, significantly fewer working-age adults are uninsured than just before the sign-up period began, and many have used their new coverage to obtain needed care.

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New Obamacare customers are happy

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We’ve known for a few months now that lots of people signed up for health insurance this year in new marketplaces. A new survey shows that the people who did so are also pretty happy with their purchases.

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The Obamacare Disaster Plays Out

A pro-Obamacare group called the Commonwealth Fund has just released a very detailed and revealing poll report and charts on the impacts of Obamacare. Of course, Commonwealth spun the poll results as a solid step forward. 575 more words

Illegal Minors and MS13 + More - Daily Digest

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“It is on great occasions only, and after time has been given for cool and deliberate reflection, that the real voice of the people can be known.” –George Washington, letter to Edward Carrington, 1796… 2,055 more words

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long waits for medical consults

ONE small consolation of our high-priced health care system — our $2.7 trillion collective medical bill — has been the notion that at least we get medical attention quickly. 1,398 more words

Post For Doctors

Response from BBC Complaints re possible political bias

I received an email from BBC Complaints on 26th June 2014, regarding my email to them (see previous blog post), which questioned whether there was any political bias in their recent news coverage. 559 more words


"We're Not No. 1!" We're No. 11

I know it’s been a while since my last post, so I thought I’d do some catching up with what is out there in the net related to health care in the US, and why medical tourism, if it can live up to the hype its supporters (myself included) and those whose business it is to promote it, claim medical tourism offers in the way of better care at lower cost. 375 more words

Medical Tourism