Category Archives: Patient Protection Act

Getting Policies Implemented is tough

Getting legislation implemented was intended to be slow. However, recent developments in the countries polarization and political processes, combined with other influences has made the process slower and more pondersome. Simplifying the process of bill writing and limiting bills to a single issue, as well as limiting outside influences might make legislation more understandable and achievable. Continue reading

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Some thoughts on Health Care Legislation 2010 to 2017.

Legislation to overcome some of the flaws of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is flawed. The Senate and House bills are not as different as had been originally hoped. Insurance reforms may be overcome with “waivers” and Medicaid is being drastically changed. The individual mandate appears to have been continued, under different guises, in both bills. Continue reading

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