Monthly Archives: May 2014

Georgia Looks To Reopen Some Closed Hospitals As ERs

i i hide captionCharlton Memorial Hospital closed in 2013, but it may now be able to offer some ER services… Continue reading »

Can Employers Dump Workers On Health Exchanges? Yes, For A Price

i i retrorocket/iStockphoto Can the Affordable Care Act expand Americans’ health insurance choices without sabotaging employer coverage? The Obama administration… Continue reading »

How Health Insurance Exchanges Are Like Flea Markets

hide captionThis flea market in Colorado Springs and the Obamacare exchanges are versions of the same thing — marketplaces where… Continue reading »

Frustrated By The Affordable Care Act, One Family Opts Out

i i hide captionNick and Rachel Robinson welcome their son Cash, who was born in a midwife’s birthing pool. Jessica… Continue reading »

Insurance Fee For Big Businesses Helps Fund Obamacare

i i hide captionEmployees lift weights near the end of a workout class at the Sherwin-Williams corporate health and wellness… Continue reading »

GOP Strategy To Run Against Health Law Hits Snags

i i hide captionLouisiana Governor Bobby Jindal delivers remarks during the the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) held… Continue reading »

E-Cigarette Users May End Up Paying More For Insurance

i i hide captionA customer holds the electronic cigarette he purchased at a store in Miami. Joe Raedle/Getty Images A… Continue reading »

Obamacare Buried By Avalanche Of Negative Ads, Study Finds

i i hide captionA frame grab image from video provided by Americans for Prosperity shows a political ad against Rep…. Continue reading »

High Charges By Doctors May Or May Not Be Red Flags For Fraud

hide captionDoctors who bill the federal government for a lot of services may be gaming the system, but there also… Continue reading »

Obamacare Prompts Firm To Consider Dropping Its Health Plan

i i hide captionKathy Miller takes calls for orders in AmeriMark’s order processing unit. Sarah Jane Tribble / WCPN Kathy… Continue reading »