Does Our President-Elect Have a Plan for Healthcare?

President-Elect Donald Trump said throughout his campaign that he will repeal the Affordable Care Act. Now, he says he will keep two of the most popular provisions: allowing children up to age 26 to stay on their parents’ plan and preventing insurance companies from denying coverage to people with preexisting conditions, according to the Wall… Continue reading Does Our President-Elect Have a Plan for Healthcare?

Why is the Affordable Healthcare Act Unaffordable? — Pay Up or Die

The Affordable Healthcare Act was created so all Americans could have health insurance, yet, nearly a fourth of working Americans still can’t afford coverage. Two of five working Americans with lower middle class incomes of $20,000 and $40,000 a year were uninsured for at least part of 2015. This is a dramatic and rapid increase […]… Continue reading Why is the Affordable Healthcare Act Unaffordable? — Pay Up or Die

Why is the Affordable Healthcare Act Unaffordable?

The Affordable Healthcare Act was created so all Americans could have health insurance, yet, nearly a fourth of working Americans still can’t afford coverage. Two of five working Americans with lower middle class incomes of  $20,000 and $40,000 a year were uninsured for at least part of 2015. This is a dramatic and rapid increase… Continue reading Why is the Affordable Healthcare Act Unaffordable?

Pay for Healthcare or Die Trying

At least 49 million Americans don’t have health insurance, which means 49 million Americans may decide, daily, between debt and death. The average American spends $1,074, out-of-pocket on healthcare for expenses like copayments, prescription drugs, and health insurance deductibles, according to The Commonwealth Fund, a private foundation based in New York City and Washington D.C.… Continue reading Pay for Healthcare or Die Trying