56 Changes To ObamaCare So Far, With Two New Additions By Grace-Marie Turner Forbes 10/9/15 ———————————————————— By our count at the Galen Institute, more than 56 significant changes (http://www.galen.org/topics/changes-to-obamacare-so-far/?mc_cid=d018d868f4&mc_eid=[UNIQID]) have been made to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act since it was enacted in 2010 – at least 35 that the Obama administration has […]
By Tom Howell Jr. – The Washington Times – Sunday, September 13, 2015 President Obama will need to more than double the number of Americans enrolled in Obamacare exchange plans to reach 21 million next year, the target set in budget projections, in what is shaping up as the next major test for the health […]
The Small Business Connection Quoting the White House’s web site… “President Obama is committed to creating an environment where America’s small businesses — our engines of job creation — can grow and prosper by supporting small business with […]
On today’s fifth anniversary of Obamacare, VQH continues to fight for the repeal of this pernicious law that takes away Americans’ freedom to be in charge of their own healthcare. Fortunately, the House is renewing their call for full and complete repeal of ObamaCare in order to “start over with healthcare reforms that protect the […]
Guest speakers Dr. Stanley Idiculla and Community Care Clinic Chief Executive Arlene Jacovelli highlighted the weaknesses of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and recommended significant improvements at a healthcare educational gathering hosted by Virginians for Quality Healthcare (VQH) on Wednesday evening, October 15, at the Burke Center Library as part of Healthcare Solutions Week. Donna […]
Posted September 11, 2014, Wall Street Journal Online “It has been four years since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, so I thought it may be useful to provide the perspective of a physician providing daily medical care. I am an endocrinologist in Washington, D.C., and have been in solo private practice for 17 […]
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Affordable Care Act gives the president’s cabinet officers sweeping powers to implement the law, but the administration managed to overreach these powers by allowing people in 36 states to illegally access health insurance subsidies. That was the conclusion of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in July. At issue is the […]
The biggest “unforeseen” issue arising with the poorly named Affordable Care Act is its effect on affordability of care. The typical middle-class family, in order to afford the broader coverage necessitated by ObamaCare, is having to choose a higher and higher deductible insurance plan. This is having a huge impact on a patient’s decision even […]
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In an interview with VQH and the Fairfax Free Citizen in his Capitol Hill office on July 24, Congressman Tom Price (R, GA) described the content and status of House Resolution (H.R.) 2300, a Republican alternative to Obamacare that he has proposed in the House of Representatives. For nearly 20 years, Dr. Price worked in private […]
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On July 22nd, two federal court rulings came down regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA – “Obamacare”). The first resulted in a 2-1 decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit – considered the nation’s second highest court – in Halbig v. Burwell. In this case, the court ruled the Obama […]