How successful has Obamacare really been?

July 28, 2014 by  

Obamacare Costs & Cover-Up – How successful has the law really been?  From the Obamacare News Roundup by Jane Orient, M.D.

The AZ Republic asks Sen. Barto and Blue Cross Blue Shield to weigh in on the question, What if the Supreme Court rules Obamacare subsidies can’t be used in federal exchanges?  Why the latest court decision challenging the IRS runaround the law may be the greatest threat to the law & the linchpin that drives Congress to open up the law to reforms that Americans need and want – alternatives based on a strategy of Freedom.

Now a 2nd District court agrees – IRS rule allowing the subsidies an “abuse of power”.

Medical mergers driving up health costs – How the industry keeps making money at the expense of patients

The ObamaCare-IRS Nexus – Can things looks any worse for this “independent” agency?

An Obamacare Bombshell – The Courts actually read the law, forbidding insurance subsidies.

42 Changes to Obamacare…so far – And this is a ‘settled’ issue?

Value-Based Payments –  Sounds good, but who defines value?

States can shed light on health care prices – Forbes’ praises Sen. Barto’s efforts improving price transparency in Arizona.

Medicare patients: Beware of ‘observation status’ in hospitals – And yes – this has everything to do with Obamacare and hospital penalties.

The short unhappy life of ObamaCare – High rates a problem?  Solution: federal bailouts! Who knew?

Health insurers expected to raise rates for next year – AZ’s Dept. of Ins must release the rest of the rate requests by month’s end.

 

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