Tag: Insurance
What Is to Be Done with Health-Insurance Exchanges, Post-Obamacare?
“Creepy Uncle Sam” Obamacare Care-nival
How to Pay for the Next Sovaldi?
Obamacare’s Tax Credits in Jeopardy
The Problem with Open Enrollment
Obamacare Motivates Insurers to Shun the Sickest Patients
Obamacare’s “Bailout” of Insurers Is Still a Live, Moving Target
Number of Patient Payments to Healthcare Providers Up 72 Percent in 3 Years
Obama’s Push to Recruit Young Adults into Obamacare Falls Short
What Are the Financial Risks of Being Uninsured?
Can Obamacare Be Fixed? Part II
Employer-Based Health Insurance: “Job Lock” Is Not the Problem, “Insurance Lock” Is
This Large Health Insurer Has Effectively Admitted Obamacare Is Failing
Obamacare’s Risk Corridor “Bailout” Just Got Bigger – Much Bigger
Zeke Speaks Out on McCain and Health Reform
Lankford Introduces Legislation Giving Congressional Authority to Interstate Health Care Compact
Number of Adults with Consumer-Driven Health Plans Grows to 21 Million
Why Are So Many Economists Confused About Obamacare’s Effects on Jobs?
False Advertising for Obamacare
What Republicans and Democrats Don’t Understand About the Insurance Company “Bailout”
Will the Federal Government Turn a Profit on Risk Corridors? That Can Be Stopped.
Are Young People Better Off Being Uninsured?
Patient CARE Act Would Impose 37 Percent Marginal Income-Tax Hike on Late Middle-Aged
Health Reform: Senate Republicans’ Proposal Is a $47 Billion Tax Hike with Few Beneficiaries
Health Reform: Senate Republicans’ Continuous Coverage Consumer Protection Needs Improvement

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