In recent posts we’ve tried to clear up some of the uncertainty many Americans seem to have about the connection between Obamacare and Medicare. Continue reading “Are Medicare Supplement Plans Affected by Obamacare?” »
In recent posts, we have discussed key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a.k.a. Obamacare, as they concern the American population in general and people on Medicare in particular. Continue reading “Affordable Care Act in Plain English — Bigger Government” »
In a recent post, we began a plain-English discussion of what key provisions of the Affordable Care Act of 2010, a.k.a. Obamacare, are all about, and especially how they may affect Americans in general and people of Medicare age in particular.
If you’ve made an effort to read through the Affordable Care Act of 2010—which is changing the face of American healthcare as we speak—you’ve probably noticed it’s not nearly as reader-friendly as it could be. Continue reading “Affordable Care Act in Plain English — Accessibility and Affordability of Health Insurance” »
“Obamacare” (aka The Affordable Health Care Act) passed a big test when it was upheld earlier this year in a 5-4 decision by the Supreme Court. Continue reading “Obama Wins — What Does That Mean for Healthcare?” »
The Basics of Obamacare
What Obamacare means for seniors and other people on Medicare
You may have read our previous article on the Obamacare Ruling and Medicare, but you may be asking yourself, “What does this all mean for Medicare?”President Obama’s Affordable Health Care Act, recently upheld in a 5-4 decision by the US Supreme Court, addresses at least two areas of significance to those on Medicare. Continue reading “Obamacare Ruling and Medicare Explained” »