It's Not a Bug, It's The Future

Bill Whittle 10/17/2013

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…If I were shopping for health insurance, and I had tried, and failed, to log on to a web site twice – not forty times, but twice! – they would have lost my business and I would have taken my money to a competitor in the […]

Obamacare installs new scrutiny, fines for charitable hospitals that treat uninsured people

Patrick Howley The Daily Caller 8/8/2013

Charitable hospitals that treat uninsured Americans will be subjected to new levels of scrutiny of their nonprofit status and could face sizable new fines under Obamacare.

A new provision in Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code, which takes effect under Obamacare, sets new standards of review and installs […]

John Kerry’s ObamaCare Boondoggle

A backroom deal he cut for Massachusetts hospitals has caused a bipartisan uproar in Congress.

Kimberley A. Strassel The Wall Street Journal 6/20/2013

A bipartisan backlash is growing against another section of President Obama’s health-care law. The president can blame this latest embarrassment on none other than Secretary of State John Kerry…

…At issue are […]

Obama admin: By the way, we’re going to need insurers to pay to use our exchanges

Erika Johnsen HotAir 12/2/2012

I thought ObamaCare was going to be so awesomely efficient and innovative, and know how to accomplish things so much better than the free market, that all of the associated health care costs were going to go down, insurance was going to get more affordable, and none of this was going […]

Doc says ‘physicians have reached a tipping point’

Meagan Clark The Daily Caller 7/20/2012

A doctor representing the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons told The Daily Caller on Thursday that “physicians have reached a tipping point” under current health care laws, as they cannot both care for their patients and comply with mandated regulations.

Dr. Louis McIntyre, from Westchester County, New York, testified […]

Patients held for observation can face steep drug bills

Susan Jaffe Kaiser Health News USA Today 5/1/2012

Sudden chest pains landed Diane Zachor in a Duluth, Minn., hospital overnight, but weeks later she had another shock — a $442 bill for the everyday drugs she also takes at home, including more than a half dozen common medicines to control diabetes, heart problems and high […]