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Sgt. Friday Grills Pres. Obama

Sergeant Friday Grills President Obama

By Ken K. Gourdin

Sergeant Joe Friday, of Dragnet fame, takes on President Obama (with a little help from Officer Frank Smith), and not only does Sergeant Friday fillet President Obama, he grills him! 63 more words

Mergers and Acquisitions and the Affordable Care Act

As most employers already know, the Affordable Care Act (a/k/a ObamaCare or the ACA) now imposes health care insurance coverage requirements upon certain employers which have a certain number of full time and… 685 more words

Labor & Employment

Healthcare in the United States

I forgot to mention in my last post that I was able to catch the State of the Union Address Tuesday night. Per usual, 90% of the content was weightless optimism to declare that “the State of the Union is strong,” however, President Obama had a couple of zingers that kept me entertained. 647 more words

Study Abroad

Obamacare website cuts back on sharing your personal data

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The government has stopped openly sharing your personal information from the Obamacare website with private companies.

Earlier this week, the government came under fire after the Associated Press showed that Healthcare.gov was relaying users’ personal information, such as zip code, income level, pregnancy status and whether or not you are a smoker. 495 more words

Politics

Is Bundling Always Best?

In the world of overused catch phrases and key topics in the Acute Care industry, I’d say standardizing and/or bundling is going to be right up there with Healthcare Reform, primarily because the two are interrelated. 616 more words

Escapism: The South Florida Fair 2015.

I donated a pint of blood and received one free ticket to the South Florida Fair, value $15 US. Then I withdrew a wad of cash from my bank account and set out to have a good time. 569 more words

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Why The Affordable Care Act Matters To African-Americans

In an op-ed published yesterday on WhiteHouse.gov and BET.com , HHS Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell and White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett write about how the Affordable Care Act is breaking down barriers to health care access for the Americans who need it most. 671 more words

Health And Wellness