WASHINGTON, DC - We are all familiar with the age-old saying, “if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” Surely, the notion of more health care spending for a lower cost sounds a little too good, so it’s no surprise that this central premise of Obamcare is being proven not to be true – not even close.
WASHINGTON, DC – The Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health today will convene a hearing with federal and state officials to discuss the implementation and regulation of the health exchanges and Medicaid expansion established in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
WASHINGTON, DC – For months, governors, state officials, and members of Congress have been clamoring for the Obama administration to provide basic information on how the health care law’s mandated health exchanges and Medicaid expansion will be implemented and regulated.
WASHINGTON, DC – Late yesterday, HHS announced states would have one more month to decide how and whether to implement Obamacare’s health exchanges.
WASHINGTON, DC – In the New England Journal of Medicine this week, President Obama expressed sympathy for physicians overburdened with filling out insurance forms and stated, “I support medical malpractice reform to prevent needless lawsuits without placing arbitrary caps that do nothing to lower the cost of care.”
WASHINGTON, DC – President Obama today pushed back on claims that the $716 billion in Obamacare Medicare cuts are being used to fund new entitlement programs in the president’s health care law. The president’s statement seems to be at odds with testimony given by his own HHS Secretary before the Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee in 2011.