…according to Iowa Republican Congressman Raúl R. Labrador. * But New York Democratic Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney got it right when he said “Any member of congress who voted for the bill should be obligated to join a high risk pool.” ** HIGH RISK HEALTH INSURANCE POOLS in Trump/ Ryan Care carve out individuals with
“Republicans have promised for seven years to repeal the Affordable Care Act, under which around 20 million Americans gained health coverage. But they had no consensus on how much of the law should be repealed and had great difficulty devising a comprehensive replacement.” (A) “Republicans are often right when they point out Obamacare’s shortcomings, like
Living in the rarified world of VIP access to health care maybe it’s time for a non-randomized clinical trial, with Congressman being in a study group where they have to pay out-of-pocket fee-for-service with no reimbursement, for prostate screening and treatment. So they can experience what life was like for 20 million Americans before Obamacare.
“Repeal and Replace” was a political play! After eight years of whining, “there was no there there”, no Republican plan! Following is a sequence of obituary snippets explaining what happened and why. Ryan: ObamaCare will be law for ‘foreseeable future’ “GOP leadership and the White House had spent weeks attempting to bring skeptical Republicans on
Doctor, Did You Wash Your Hands?™ was created to explore healthcare transformation with the advent of the ACA. Now that it will be likely be nullified we need to figure out what that might mean and what will happen. Foundations of the ACA for providers included: Population Health management and Investment in ambulatory care centers;