Now, who's going to treat you?
Doctor and nursing shortages across the U.S. have left those in the medical profession wondering who's going to care for the 32 million Americans who will now have insurance coverage.
Found more than 1 month ago on channel CNN
Medicare Advantage patients could see bills rise next year
Millions of Americans who get their health insurance through the Medicare Advantage plan could soon be paying more for coverage, according to an announcement expected Monday.
Found 1 month ago on channel CNN
Little hope seen for millions priced out of health overhaul
MIAMI - Millions of Americans will be priced out of health insurance under President Barack Obama's healthcare overhaul because of a glitch in the law that adversely affects people with modest incomes who cannot afford family coverage offered by their employers, a leading healthcare advocacy group said on Tuesday.
Found 1 month ago on channel Reuters
Study: Health overhaul to raise claims cost 32 pct
WASHINGTON -- Medical claims costs - the biggest driver of health insurance premiums - will jump an average 32 percent for Americans' individual policies under President Barack Obama's overhaul, according to a study by the nation's leading group of financial risk analysts....
Health reform turns 3, with the hardest part yet to come
Three years ago this weekend, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law.Its provisions sound sweeping – get health insurance to 32 million Americans who don’t have it now, stop insurers from cherry-picking their customers, require basic coverage that’s proven to improve health and lower costs, not to mention initiatives to get doctors to work together in teams. But the law’s written ...
Found 1 month ago on channel MSNBC
Debate on budget options: Ryan offer is 'cruel'; Obama unwilling to take risks necessary for grand bargain
It's a cruel budget. To finance his largess to the very well-off, Ryan would -; through steep Medicaid cuts and the repeal of Obamacare -; leave an additional 40?million to 50?million poor or moderate-income Americans without health insurance, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (E.J. Dionne Jr., 3/13).