Aug 292012

In the bad old days before Obamacare, if a cancer survivor like Rothfus lost his job and his employer health coverage, and then tried to buy health insurance on the individual market, he'd be refused coverage. If he got a new

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May 152012 Dr. Sanjay Gupta isn’t just CNN’s chief medical corespondent; he’s a practicing neurosurgeon and former White House fellow. In this clip, Gupta reveals what he considers Canada’s greatest contribution to medicine, and speaks to the challenges President Obama faces in changing America’s employer-based healthcare system.

More here: Dr. Sanjay Gupta On Canadian Healthcare And Obamacare


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Feb 222012

One of the features of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the health-care reform bill colloquially known as Obamacare, is the creation of insurance exchanges that will offer heavily subsidized policies and coverage for people who cannot get insurance through their employers. In projecting the program’s costs, the Congressional Budget Office figures that about 7 percent of the workforce currently covered by employer-provided insurance will drop those policies and sign up for the subsidized insurance. That estimate – and hence, the cost structure of the program – has been challenged by sources such as McKinsey & Company, the consulting firm, which reckons a far higher percentage of workers will opt out of their current job-based plans. In a survey of employers released in June, McKinsey found that 30 percent will “definitely or probably” drop their coverage as Obamacare kicks into high gear in 2014. Among “employers with a high awareness of reform, this proportion rises to more than 50 percent,” says the report. Why? It will be cheaper to pay fines than to provide coverage. If those estimates are accurate, the cost savings ObamaCare supporters tout are a pipe dream. Glenn Morton, the author of the new book Passing Obamacare, has worked for nearly two decades in the health-insurance business, most recently as a broker who helps employers find better deals among providers. In a discussion with Reason’s Nick Gillespie, Morton adds another problem with recently

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