11 Ways Congress Can Improve the ACA Right Now

Now that the 2014 elections are behind us, we thought we’d take a look at 11 actions Congress can take to improve the Affordable Care Act. Several of our suggestions have bipartisan support and, even in the 2015 session of Congress, a vote to do away with some of the less popular aspects of the […]

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12 True-False Questions About the Affordable Care Act

With the new health insurance marketplaces open and 2014 approaching, we’ve learned a great deal about the Affordable Care Act.  But polls tell us most Americans still don’t know much about the law or are pretty confused.  In fact, a recent survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation reported that six of 10 Americans know very little about what the […]

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10 Critical Health Insurance Questions You Should Ask Right Now

Health insurance will undergo significant changes in 2014, and many American families are wondering how to plan for them. Whether you have health insurance through an employer or buy it on your own, here are ten questions you and your family should ask right now.     Question Why is it important? 1. Will health insurance cover my […]

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What If American Medical Care Ran Air Travel

The American medical care system is often called one of the best in the world.  In some ways, it is a fair observation.  We have greater access to state of the art medical technology than almost any other nation.  Our doctors are skilled and well-trained.  Most communities have access to a hospital.  Major diseases and injuries are […]

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An Affordable Care Act Quiz for All of Us

The Affordable Care Act promised to deliver significant changes in health care and health insurance.  During the past two years, we’ve learned a great deal about what is included in this sweeping new law.  As with most wide-ranging laws, it can be hard to get the real facts and all too easy for misinformation about the law to […]

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