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…Details
Experts believe Health Insurance Exchanges will be like online shopping malls for purchasing coverage. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in conjunction with the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachussetts Foundation put together this helpful resource on health insurance exchanges. This will serve as background for my upcoming column on the same subject. From RWJ: Under…Details
When you are dealing with an expensive medical bill and are looking for a way to lower the cost, one option is to identify mistakes. Medical billing errors are actually a very common occurrence because of simple human mistakes, the complexity of billing codes or even as tricks for medical professionals to charge more. As…Details
The Affordable Care Act has many far-reaching implications for the American public. Also known as Obamacare, the purpose of this legislation is to provide health insurance to those Americans that could not previously afford it, or had pre-existing conditions, which prevented them from participating. The Act itself is incredibly large and very complex. Some of…Details
This site was developed to be a fact finder and truth teller about one of the largest laws passed in United States history. Right now, the Affordable Care Act is still being fine-tuned by the executive branch making it a moving target. Many rules were written over the course of 2012 but only recently were they released.
Additional regulations will be coming in the future and expect a volatile 2013 as small businesses all over the country struggle to disseminate said regulations.
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Medical coding and billing is already a complex process handled by those with expertise in the field and plenty of training. Medical coders have used a system known as the ICD-9 for decades which provides specialized codes for the classification of diseases which are used in medical bills. That system is now being updated to…Details
As we approach the solstice, the heat on those avoiding reality in dealing with the Affordable Care Act, because the deadline is nearing the 6-month mark. As someone who deals with one of the most complicated laws in U.S. history, one of my favorite ways to do ignore reality is relax at home with good…Details
Yesterday, we had the privilege and pleasure to talk with the Governor of Nebraska Dave Heineman. In this exclusive behind the scenes take, the Governor shares his thoughts about the #ACA, #medicaid expansion and what his favorite healthy meal is with Sean… For the entire exclusive interview, tune in to America’s Healthcare Challenge on The Mighty 1290 KOIL this Saturday 10|9c.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA), aka Obamacare was passed in reaction to the growing number of uninsured in America. One component to address the access problem are health insurance exchanges created in Title I of the ACA. A health insurance exchange is supposed to operate like an online shopping mall where individuals and small businesses…Details
Photo from Washington Post This post comes live from the Heartland where we are currently experiencing paradise like weather. Too bad the same could not be said, metaphorically, for the health reform legislation. The Affordable Care Act (ACA), also referred to commonly as Obamacare, finds itself in national headlines this week as the Supreme Court…Details