Health Care Services' so-called medical loss ratio was 96 percent for 2016 on its Affordable Care Act exchange plans, the company reported in a regulatory filing. Voters should call their US representatives and senators to let them know where they stand.
President Donald Trump supports the GOP plan as a replacement for the Affordable Care Act.
The goals of the American Health Care Act are to provide states with more flexibility, lower healthcare costs for families, and offer people more options when it comes to their healthcare decisions.
Dr. Douglas Curran, a physician at Lakeland Medical Center in Athens for over 35 years is "Working for people who can't get health care". The Republicans have now tried 61 times to repeal it.
That enhanced federal match for Medicaid expansion enrollees would be cut from 90 percent to about 65.5 percent, which is Montana's regular Medicaid federal match, in 2020.
The bill also calls for cap and cut on Medicaid which could force cut tens of billions, ending guarantee or reducing care for 14 million Californians now on Medi-Cal, the state's Medicaid program. The 2015 U.S. Census data states the uninsured rate went from 22.1 percent, to 17.1 percent, since the Affordable Care Act went into effect.
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These people, not working-class Americans, are the people whom Ryan and the House Republicans are working for and dissembling for. This hugely benefits households with incomes of $1 million a year or more. "I think there will be lots of access to insurance products and services, but the level of coverage that we will have for that access is unknown".
In short, don't "repeal it and replace it", instead, "keep it and tweak it".
Scarborough said, "I should not have to worry about if I'm going to be seen, or if there's going to be care available for me, or my family, my granddaughter".
"Given the disproportionate impacts on our state, no California congress member, of either party, should be voting for this bill that would do so much damage throughout our health system", Wright said.
Given this picture, which seems largely favorable, what is it that people mean when they say that they want to replace the ACA? The measure that passed in committee last week would reduce the number of insured people by 14 million next year and 24 million by 2026, the CBO said Monday.
Many of us have forgotten that President Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency and Legal Aid; perhaps President Trump can create Healthcare for All.