We’ve got some good news, and we’ve got some bad news. The good news is that CMS reports that health care spending in 2009 grew by the slowest rate in the last 50 years. The bad news is that this statistic actually means that Americans need help when it comes to health care.
Starting in 2012, privately insured Americans will have an easier time evaluating their health insurance choices: The Affordable Care Act requires all medical insurance plans to use a standard disclosure form. More than 180 million Americans will benefit from this new requirement when it goes into effect.
Many of you have sent in questions about how the new health care law will affect you and your family. We’ve compiled answers for select questions to our experts in a short series to help you navigate changes to the health care system. Here's the latest: Many of you have sent in questions about how the new health care law will affect you and your family. We’ve compiled answers for select questions to our experts in a short series to help you navigate changes to the health care system.
We have some very exciting news to announce!
This year President Barack Obama will be joining us as a speaker at our annual Health Action conference.
Other health care all stars like Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Chairman Tom Harkin, and Stephanie Cutter (Assistant to the President for Special Projects) have also been confirmed. We hope you can join us!
The New Year should welcome in a clean slate, but since opponents of reform won’t give up their campaign of misinformation, we have to set the record straight yet again.
Let’s all say it together this time: The Affordable Care Act does not contain death panels.
The rumors started last year when a few opponents of health reform saw an opportunity to gain political points by misrepresenting a benefit in the bill.