The Affordable Healthcare Act was released a few months ago, but not without backlash, of course. With so many American citizens lacking knowledge about Obamacare, many individuals have been subject to new scams. You probably think you know better than to fall for a conman’s tactics, but a scammer will use any sign of confusion…
Joining us on America’s Healthcare Challenge – U.S. Senate Candidate Shane Osborn. In this first segment with Shane, he shares his background and qualifications to be your United States Senator. U.S. Senate Candidate Shane Osborn (Pt. 1) The second segment features Shane talking about his tour across Nebraska, the Veterans Health Administration, and how he…
With the recent budget deal in Washington where they actually did the job they are supposed to. Figure out a way to spend your money. The U.S. government is usually fair at best when predicting how much something will cost. This is probably because once you add a government job you cannot take it away. Nevertheless, addressing the cost of this law is fairly simple if you can apply these three principles to your situation to get an idea of what this law will really cost you over the next several years.
Today is the deadline to sign up for coverage beginning on January 1st, 2014. It is also four years ago today the law now known as ObamaCare passed a critical hurdle of the United States Senate. Remember the Cornhusker Kickback and Lousiana Purchase? Ironic how the possibility of access being weakened and uninsured going up…
We are within the 12 days of Christmas and Congress returned to cut a surprising budget deal. Music to our ears, however, we still lose nearly a trillion a year, and the healthcare reform law will add more spending over time. Meanwhile the executive branch continues to experience challenges, but the website has seen improvement, and enrollment numbers in the federal exchange are around 360,000 with a long ways to go. On this week’s show all of those subjects are covered and another U.S. Senate candidate, a few calls and laughs, along with plenty more premium information on the Affordable Care Act.
You have heard a lot of things first on America’s Healthcare Challenge. Find out the latest and hear valuable information on healthcare reform and its impact on the economy. On this week’s show, CEO of one of the largest community banks in the state and candidate for United States Senate, Sid Dinsdale joining the program live in studio.
An episode of America’s Healthcare Challenge for the ages. Not only did the self-imposed deadline implemented by the Obama Administration come and go without real answers, there is more information coming out from individual states having their own troubles enrolling. The Oregon exchange enrolled around 240 people and their administrator has taken a leave of absence. Could their federal counterparts soon follow?
This episode of America’s Healthcare Challenge went for a lot of yards on ObamaCare. On this week’s show, there are highlights of what this law really is going to cost all of us. Also on the program, the ACA is bringing sweeping change to the healthcare delivery system. May experts are wondering if there will be constraints when trying to access care. A new company filling that void joins the conversation along with the CEO of one of the largest staffing organizations in America. Plus re-tweets and reaction and much more on this week’s show.
This is an episode that could make its way on to a “best of” series of America’s Healthcare Challenge because it is has a little bit of everything. We are proud to report that this week’s show received more calls in one hour than the federal government was able to enroll through healthcare.gov.
Nearly every news network is utilizing the model of America’s Healthcare Challenge to cover the drama that is rapidly becoming referred to as ObamaCare in the media and public. Cable networks are employing call in segments, national experts and local authorities on this issue. This week’s episode of AHC has all of the above and more.