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I previously blogged on the WSJ editorial page opinion piece written by her daughter, Nicole Hopkins: That little contribution can mean the difference between dignity and despair. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com
Hopkins: ObamaCare Forced Mom Into Medicaid – WSJ.com. Of course, Medicaid is not a new option for my mother; she knew that she was poor enough to qualify for cost-free health care. It was a deliberate choice on her part … Continue reading
Coming soon to a State near you – MASON CONSERVATIVE: Virginia Democrat Calls For Forcing Doctors To Accept Medicare And Medicaid Patients.
If you are applying for an Obamacare plan and believe you are eligible for a subsidy, the first step is to apply for Medicaid. If you are denied by Medicaid, they you may be eligible for a subsidy. If you are … Continue reading
Houston Doctors to Close Doors Because of Obamacare | The Weekly Standard.
States fear losing aid for ‘uninsurables’ – Timesonline.com: National. This has to do with the health insurance high risk pools that were set up under Obamacare. This program helps bridge the gap for patients who suffered from pre-existing conditions until next … Continue reading
10 Myths About the Obamacare Medicaid Expansion. 8. Myth: States can trust the federal government to keep its funding promises. Reality: “Although Obamacare stipulates the federal government will pay at least 90 percent of the benefit costs of the Medicaid … Continue reading
Dr. Eck: If you’re getting reimbursed $17 for a visit, it won’t be long before you have to close your doors because you can’t pay your staff. I’m not sure who gets paid but somebodies getting all that money and … Continue reading
Michelle Malkin | Another Obamacare deadline missed . Plus there’s nowhere to send it since the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) doesn’t exist. Conclusion: By the time all is said and done, Max Baucus’s “train wreck” prediction will have been … Continue reading
EDITORIAL: Obamacare off the rails – Washington Times. Obamacare’s shortcomings run far deeper than anything that can be fixed by a slick marketing campaign and fraudulent television commercials. Mrs. Sebelius‘ department expects to spend $4.4 billion by the end of … Continue reading
Study: Businesses In States That Reject ‘Obamacare’ Could Face Fines Topping $1 Billion A Year « CBS DC. “It highlights how complicated the Affordable Care Act is,” said Haile. “We wanted to make sure the business community … Continue reading
Ohio House drops Medicaid expansion from budget | LifeHealthPro. Instead, representatives Thursday evening unanimously approved an amendment to give lawmakers time to study the issue and allow the state to pursue other options.
Obama’s Damaging Admission | National Review Online. The president’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act cuts Medicaid’s DSH payments, beginning with a $360 million cut in 2014. The theory went like this: When the PPACA begins reducing the number of … Continue reading
Medicaid expansion push launched in Colorado Senate – The Denver Post. Supporters of the expansion of Medicaid insurance to major portions of the uninsured introduced their bill in the Colorado Senate Thursday, calling it a win for health care and … Continue reading
Obamacare has Southern California health officials scrambling – The Daily Breeze. The state’s publicly funded health insurance program for low-income and disabled residents will soon launch a huge statewide expansion. But making a promise of health care is one thing, … Continue reading