What Young Adults Should Know About Healthcare Reform
Affordable Care Act / Healthcare

What Young Adults Should Know About Healthcare Reform

Advocates for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have targeted young adults, aged 18-35, as the critical demographic whose participation is necessary for the success of the new insurance exchange plan. Members of outreach and education programs initiated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Department of Health and Human Services are essentially … Continue reading

Many Americans In the Dark About the Health Care Law
Affordable Care Act / Healthcare / healthcare premiums

Many Americans In the Dark About the Health Care Law

The Kaiser Family Foundation maintains an on-going tracking poll that surveys the opinions of approximately 1,203 adults on the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The polls started in May of 2010 with only 41% of the surveyed population in favor of the ACA. 14% were unsure of the law or simply refused to answer. The latest poll … Continue reading

A Drop in the Bucket: the Obamacare Application Gets a Reboot
Affordable Care Act / Economy / Healthcare / Regulation

A Drop in the Bucket: the Obamacare Application Gets a Reboot

Flexible and nimble, these are the words chosen by one Obama Administration official as part of the announcement earlier this week that the application to apply for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) shiny new state exchanges would be trimmed to three pages. The presentation of the new form, meant to remind the … Continue reading