Why America’s Healthcare System is Broken and 4 Ways to Fix It

The United States spends more than other industrialized nations on healthcare, and in some surveys the USA comes in last place for certain outcomes.  Here is why our system is broken, and four ways to improve health in America that could garner bi-partisan support.

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Sean McGuire was working for the U.S. Senate Finance Committee when the thoughts of health reform began. 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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Five Secrets About the ACA Our Government Is Hiding

The Affordable Care Act is underestimated in size and scope.  It is still being written through regulation, and not even the Jeopardy super computer “Watson” could  keep up with all of the changes coming out every day. 

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Sean McGuire was working for the U.S. Senate Finance Committee when the thoughts of health reform began. 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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WEBINAR: Why January 1st Is Too Late – 5 Things Employers Must Do Now to Prepare for the ACA

Why January 1st Is Too Late: 5 Things Employers MUST DO NOW To Prepare for the ACA
presented by FreedomCare Benefits

Keynote Speakers:
Kaya Bromley, Founder & President of Your Obamacare Advisors
Sean McGuire, Founder & President of E.D. Bellis Healthcare Consultants

4 Reasons Congress Should Pass the ABLE Act

Washington, DC is polarized due to the divided government and amidst all of the political grandstanding is a measure that could make a positive impact on many families. Even though there is unlikely to be much legislating until after the November election, this piece of legislation has bi-partisan support and could make its way into…

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Health Reform Movie Marathon

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…

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What to Watch for in Second Half of 2015

The Affordable Care Act survived a second appearance in the Supreme Court. The law has officially achieved feline status and appears to have nine lives. Remember this is not the first rodeo for arguably the largest piece of social legislation since the Medicare program.   King v. Burwell will probably be the final legal challenge…

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