The federal government’s annual projections of health spending for the next decade suggest that it will go up faster than in recent years. One of the main reasons is the aging of the huge baby boom generation. And drug prices are expected to continue to rise rapidly, although drugs are still a relatively small portion […]Continue Reading ...
California Gov. Gavin Newsom says he’s done waiting for the federal government to curtail the rising cost of prescription drugs. Newsom has his own plan to ease that financial burden — one he hopes other states can join or replicate. The Democratic governor said he intends to use California’s might as the world’s fifth-largest economy […]Continue Reading ...
As the partial government shutdown drags on, about 800,000 federal employees who work for the shuttered agencies — and their families — are facing the reality of life without a paycheck. And those workers need to consider a host of other related issues as they attempt to make ends meet. For starters, what will happen […]Continue Reading ...
After two years of double-digit price hikes, the average premium for individual health coverage on the federal health law’s insurance marketplace will drop by 1.5 percent for 2019, the Trump administration said Thursday. The announcement marked the first time average premiums have fallen since the exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act went into effect […]Continue Reading ...
June 7, 2018 Federal officials will not block insurance companies from again using a workaround to cushion a steep rise in health premiums caused by President Donald Trump’s cancellation of a program established under the Affordable Care Act, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar announced Wednesday. The technique — called “silver loading” because it […]Continue Reading ...
September 22, 2017 The GOP’s newest try to repeal the Reasonably priced Care Act wobbled on Friday as Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) stated he may just no longer give a boost to it. However the invoice referred to as Graham-Cassidy isn’t lifeless but. And no matter its destiny, the long-held Republican function it embodies — […]Continue Reading ...
Might 30, 2017 In his high, advisor David Blaszczak bragged that he made hundreds of thousands for his hedge-fund shoppers when he predicted essential Medicare investment adjustments. “Warren Buffett can devour it,” Blaszczak wrote in a single e-mail in 2013, referencing the mythical inventory dealer. He boasted in that very same yr to a finance […]Continue Reading ...
Might 30, 2017 In his high, marketing consultant David Blaszczak bragged that he made hundreds of thousands for his hedge-fund shoppers when he predicted essential Medicare investment adjustments. “Warren Buffett can devour it,” Blaszczak wrote in a single e-mail in 2013, referencing the mythical inventory dealer. He boasted in that very same yr to a […]Continue Reading ...
Antoinette Martinez was relieved when she heard she would receive her food stamps for February about two weeks early. Her cabinet was nearly empty after the holidays, and now she could stock up on groceries to feed her family. But Martinez also feared she wouldn’t be able to make the funds last. “I know I’m gonna […]Continue Reading ...
Enrollment is down sharply on the federal health insurance marketplace this fall, and the consumer assistance groups that help with sign-ups think they know why. They don’t have the staff to help as many customers as before because the Trump administration slashed funding. The federal government is spending $10 million this year on navigators who […]Continue Reading ...
August 15, 2018 When Tracy Deis decided in 2016 to transition from a full-time job to part-time contract work, the loss of her employer’s health insurance was not a major worry because she knew she could get coverage through the marketplace set up by the Affordable Care Act. But price was a big concern. “The […]Continue Reading ...
March 21, 2018 The Affordable Care Act very nearly failed to become law due to an intraparty dispute among Democrats over how to handle the abortion issue. Now a similar argument between Democrats and Republicans is slowing progress on a bill that could help cut soaring premiums and shore up the ACA. At issue is […]Continue Reading ...
August 16, 2017 If President Donald Trump had been to practice thru on his threats to chop federal cost-sharing subsidies, medical health insurance premiums for silver plans would leap by way of a median of 20 p.c subsequent 12 months and the federal deficit would upward thrust by way of $194 billion over the following […]Continue Reading ...
Previous this month Legal professional Normal Jeff Periods despatched a memo to Congressional leaders imploring them to not renew the Rohrabacher-Farr modification, which prohibits the Justice Division from spending cash to intrude with state marijuana rules. Now that 8 states and the District of Columbia permit leisure and scientific marijuana, and an extra 24 allow […]Continue Reading ...
The American Faculty of Physicians (ACP) as of late reiterated its sturdy opposition to the American Well being Care Act (AHCA) and shared its explicit issues about a number of of the “supervisor’s amendments” launched final night time. In a four-page letter to Congressional management, Nitin S. Damle, MD, MS, MACP, ACP’s president, wrote that […]Continue Reading ...
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