On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). The intent of the law was to provide health i...
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Rep. Tom Price of Georgia -- Trump's choice to run the Department of Health and Human Services -- has repeatedly fought for the wealthy and privileged at the expense of ordinary Americans.
As the appointee to head the US Department of Health and Human Services under the new Administration of Donald Trump, I believe I speak for millions when I say we are worried about what you will do to our health care.
The writing on the wall is clear for any but those determined not to see. Trump's comments and his selection of Price for his cabinet, along with a Social Security transition team packed with people who support privatizing the system, makes clear his true intentions.
Backtrack to 2008 to 2010, when the increasing costs and unaffordability of insurance and health care for Americans were a front-burner issue. They remain so today.
In 1986, the Health Care Quality Improvement Act (HCQIA) went into effect. A section of this law established the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB...
Obamacare died on election night and Trumpcare was born. With a majority of his party in the House and Senate, President-elect Trump has a free hand, much like Obama did eight years earlier, to craft the health care roadmap for the nation for decades to come.
This Thanksgiving, while I give thanks for my Medicare, Speaker Paul Ryan and his Republican Congress are actively plotting to dismantle it.
I had an epiphany and I hope we all get this now before we get played again.
If you are lucky enough to have Medicare or private insurance through your employer, you may think a repeal may not affect you.
If President-elect Trump would like to do something useful to reform healthcare, he could start with workplace wellness, truly the "swamp" of the Affordable Care Act.
If you take a look back at how conservatives conducted themselves over the past eight years, it makes you wonder where does someone like Sean Hannity get off calling anyone else a crybaby.
This article was written by PolicyGenius contributor Adam Cecil. While shopping for an individual health insurance can be complicated, there is one m...
What can we do if our access to physical and mental health care becomes restricted, limited, and even more complicated to access?
It's time to admit we don't know. The way to know isn't ideology. It's relationships. Trevor Ruddock Black Fight hard, win the election, oversta...