Health Reform Explained

Our Blog: Health Reform Explained

Our blog offers articles  for the public about the Affordable Care Act.  Commentary includes the latest on what small businesses and individuals need to know, facts about the new Obama healthcare law, fictional scenarios and tips to lower costs.  Check out a podcast from our radio program, America’s Healthcare Challenge, for the most current information on healthcare reform.

SeanMcGuire

Sean McGuire was working for the U.S. Senate Finance Committee when the thoughts of healthcare reform began over six years ago, and unlike many who actually voted on the Affordable Care Act, has read the law several times. He is the founder of E.D. Bellis a healthcare consultancy and host of America's Healthcare Challenge. To hear Sean speak contact info@edbellisinc.com.

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Romney’s Last Chance

photo credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images Round three the Presidential slugfest will be this evening and focus on foreign policy.  It will be Governor Romney’s last chance to make his case to the American electorate in an unfiltered manner.  Will he score the knockout blow he desperately needs to win over cherished independent voters?  A solid…

Obama Narrowly Takes Round Two

Round two of the Presidential debate from Hofstra University featured a different format with comparable results.  The town hall style played to the strengths of the President who appeared much more comfortable without the podium, and took full advantage of the new format to connect with voters, and take a few jabs at the Challenger, Governor Mitt Romney.   Obama was also more aggressive, pushing Romney to the ropes on several points, and coming off much better this time around, particularly on television.  It also helped when he was vindicated by the moderator, CNN’s Candy Crowley, on a small semantics argument 2/3 of the way through.  The crowd cheered and the President rode the momentum to the end, capitalizing on the energy, and providing a fantastic close.

SeanMcGuire

Sean McGuire was working for the U.S. Senate Finance Committee when the thoughts of healthcare reform began over six years ago, and unlike many who actually voted on the Affordable Care Act, has read the law several times. He is the founder of E.D. Bellis a healthcare consultancy and host of America's Healthcare Challenge. To hear Sean speak contact info@edbellisinc.com.

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Medicare Matters

If I was one of the “Powers that Be” running our federal government, I would not be long after I waved my democracy magic wand, and the public would care enough to vote.  There has never been a more contentious issue with more complexity nor has there been a clearer contrast on the future direction…