Health insurance companies keep making the case for single payer

To PPACA Detractors: The federal government doesn’t set insurance premiums. Insurance companies set premiums. State Departments of Insurance must review and approve each and every insurance product sold in their state. The only limitations put on insurance company premiums by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is that insurance companies can no longer sell … More Health insurance companies keep making the case for single payer

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

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

The ‘Protection’ in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Part of the Protection in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act comes from the fact that insurers can no longer sell us junk insurance. It starts with the Essential Health Benefits in the PPACA. One way for all of us to think about and talk about the PPACA and EHBs are like minimum food … More The ‘Protection’ in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act