AMA to Congress: Lay out ACA replacement before repeal

By Emily Rappleye The American Medical Association called on Congressional leaders to outline an ACA replacement plan before repealing the healthcare reform law. In a letter signed by James Madara, MD, CEO and executive vice president of the AMA, the physician association called for p
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FACT CHECK: Once Again, Lawmakers Are Stretching The Facts On Obamacare

By Scott Horsley President Obama and Vice President-elect Mike Pence were both on Capitol Hill Wednesday, making competing cases for and against Obama’s signature health care law. Republicans have promised to make repeal of the Affordable Care Act their first order of business,
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Opinion: I’m a former health insurance CEO and this is what Obamacare repeal will do

By J.B. Silvers There’s a joke among insurers that there are two things that health insurance companies hate to do — take risks and pay claims. But, of course, these are the essence of their business! Read more…
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Americans Support Just 3 Health Insurance Benefit Mandates, New Survey Shows

By Sean Williams In less than a month, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, and the clock will begin ticking on the Affordable Care Act’s likely demise. Read more…
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Will Donald Trump Repeal Obamacare? Republicans Divided On Healthcare Reform, Report Says

By Chris Riotta Donald Trump’s campaign promise to repeal and replace Obamacare helped him garner the support of Republicans in Washington, D.C., who have repeatedly vowed to shut down President Barack Obama’s major health care overhaul ever since it passed in 2010 without a single Re
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If Not Obamacare, Then What?

By Olga Khazan GETTYSBURG, Pa.—As her hair was styled at the Grace Kelly hair salon in this quaint tourist town, a middle-aged mother told me that she wants Obamacare gone, even though her 24-year-old son is still on her plan, thanks to an Obamacare provision that allows young adults
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Trump’s Health Savings Accounts May Shift More Costs To Patients

By Bruce Japsen If Donald Trump’s health savings accounts do for Obamacare patients what they’ve done to workers at large employers, Americans can plan on paying more in out-of-pocket costs for their medical care. Read more…
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What Trumpcare Might Actually Look Like

By Richard P. Asensio We can expect a bumpy ride ahead. As President-elect Trump waits to take over the helm at the White House, repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA)—commonly referred to as Obamacare—will be a top priority for his administration. He has indicated his
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G.O.P. Plans to Replace Health Care Law With ‘Universal Access’

By Robert Pear & Thomas Kaplan WASHINGTON — House Republicans, responding to criticism that repealing the Affordable Care Act would leave millions without health insurance, said on Thursday that their goal in replacing President Obama’s health law was to guarantee “universal acces
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Trump and the GOP are charging forward with Obamacare repeal, but few are eager to follow

By Noam N. Levey As they race to repeal large parts of the Affordable Care Act, President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans are leaving behind nearly everyone but their base voters and a handful of conservative activists. Read more…
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