As promised, Marty and I went on the Healthcare.gov website to enroll since she will be losing her healthcare in April.
The online part was easy and quick. 428 more words
THIRD WEBSITE ORDERED REMOVED; ‘DECEPTIVELY SIMILAR’ TO STATE’S HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE.
Kentucky’s attorney general has taken action against another website for being “deceptively similar” to the state’s official health insurance exchange, kynect.ky.gov. 231 more words
By Ferd H. Mitchell and Cheryl C. Mitchell
Federal and state administrative strategies to cope with the implementation problems of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are beginning to become more transparent to outside viewers. 504 more words
Health care policy can get confusing, even for policy experts who study the details for a living. It’s one of the reasons dishonesty in the political debate surrounding health care is so damaging – even the most well-intentioned people often don’t know how best to separate fact from fiction. 301 more words
In an effort to cynically score political points, the Republicans have taken up the cause of people who have received health insurance “cancellation” notices. The problem is that the Republicans aren’t helping these people, they are exploiting them. 806 more words
House Speaker John Boehner loves to tell stories about people getting a raw deal from Obamacare. This week, he decided to tell one about himself. 815 more words