Tag Archives: Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act
Enhanced by Zemanta

If Only Obamacare Empowered Patients – Part 2

What Obamacare 2.0 Might Mean for REAL Health ReformĀ  Part 1 of this post explored three things Obamacare fails to do that would empower patients to be smarter consumers of expensive and often dangerous medical services. Part 2 explores how […]

Continue Reading →
Enhanced by Zemanta

If Only Obamacare Empowered Patients

What If Obamacare Really Did Something AboutĀ  Patient Education & Empowerment? The patient-oriented elements of Obamacare have largely to do with free screenings that are often double-edged swords – likely to promote as much unnecessary treatment as true life-saving interventions. […]

Continue Reading →
Enhanced by Zemanta

Obamacare’s “Bronze” Dead-End: Hidden Prices

Obamacare Bronze Plans Ask Consumers to Shop for Prices They Can’t Find One of the biggest obstacles to Obamacare’s success as healthcare reform isn’t a faulty website or the cancellation of junk health plans, but lack of consumer access to […]

Continue Reading →

Obamacare’s Core Failing Is Its Timidity

A Bigger, Bolder Obamacare Was Needed A recent article at MedPage Today reported on an expert discussion about Obamacare’s critical need to repair its online portal at healthcare.gov so those Americans wishing to purchase qualified health plans on the exchange […]

Continue Reading →