Category Archives: Health insurance

Seven Days in November:
Healthcare and the Road Ahead

Tweet As if an acrimonious campaign and stunning election were not enough, the past seven days have been rife with anxiety and fear that the Republic is crumbling. In healthcare, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicare, Medicaid–and you name it–many federal … Continue reading

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Healthcare and the Road Ahead

No More Struggling to Find Co-Pay Dollars for Contraception!

Tweet Written by Keely Monroe, Raising Women’s Voices This blog was originally posted for the What’s in it for Women? campaign. To learn more about the campaign and the wins women get from the new health law, please visit www.CountDowntoCoverage.org Today … Continue reading

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Pre-ACA, Insured Face Exorbitant Costs.
With Accountable Care Act, People Will See Caps, Save $$

Tweet Vast numbers of Americans do not understand how the Affordable Care Act will make their expenditures for healthcare a heck of a lot more affordable. I am talking about the 80% of American voters who have insurance now, who … Continue reading

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Is There An Oncologist In the House?

Tweet Imagine, if you will, that you have early (stage 1b) lung cancer, that you think you have good insurance, and that you cannot find an oncologist to follow you. That’s the story of a 55-year-old man, who asked that … Continue reading

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