The difference between healthcare and health insurance explained (mostly for Republicans and Trump’s acolytes)

People like GA Republican Rep “Buddy” Carter and the rest of the GOP are either misleading Americans or out-and-out lying to them. They either don’t know the difference or are intentionally obfuscating the difference between healthcare and health insurance *choices* by either unwittingly or knowingly talking about them as if they are one and the … More The difference between healthcare and health insurance explained (mostly for Republicans and Trump’s acolytes)

Jesse Ventura on ‘Obamacare’: Health care is a human right, rips apart the GOP

See on Scoop.it – DidYouCheckFirst Over 10 million Americans now have access to affordable health care by either the private marketplace or through an expansion of Medicaid because of the Afforda Greg Russak‘s insight: Jesse, were you of these opinions before you went off the grid? I’m impressed. 🙂 See on http://www.examiner.com

Oregon May Close State Exchange And Join Feds’ Site

See on Scoop.it – DidYouCheckFirst Oregon s health insurance exchange, plagued by computer flaws after federal taxpayers spent $303 million to build it, may be closed and the state’s customers shifted to the U.S. Obamacare marketplace. Greg Russak‘s insight: Here’s the first question I would like to ask. Since it seems that Oracle failed to … More Oregon May Close State Exchange And Join Feds’ Site

As ACA Signups Skyrocket Towards 7 Million Fox News Claims Obama Is Cooking the Books

See on Scoop.it – DidYouCheckFirst As the number of people who are enrolling in the ACA’s private insurance plans surges towards 7 million, Republican Sen. John Barrasso and Fox News Sunday teamed up to claim that President Obama is cooking the books. Greg Russak‘s insight: If you’re still listening to and believing anything from the … More As ACA Signups Skyrocket Towards 7 Million Fox News Claims Obama Is Cooking the Books

Cost of Health Care Law Is Seen as Decreasing

See on Scoop.it – DidYouCheckFirst A slowing trend in health care spending has lowered the law’s price by billions, and future cost controls may save billions more. Greg Russak‘s insight: "Already, the Congressional Budget Office has quietly erased hundreds of billions of dollars from its projections. It now estimates that Medicare spending in 2020 will be $137 … More Cost of Health Care Law Is Seen as Decreasing