Trump pledges to replace Obamacare with "insurance for all"

US President-elect Donald Trump said in an interview with the Washington Post that he intends to replace Obamacare - a key health reform project of Barack Obama - with "insurance for all," the BBC reported. According to him, the plan to replace the health insurance program adopted for ...

US Senate Launches Obamacare Cancellation Process: What to Expect

The US Senate has voted to initiate a process to reverse key health care reform by incumbent US President Barack Obama, known as Obamacare. On Wednesday, January 11, the question of the advisability of preparing a bill on the abolition of the reform was put to the vote, BBC writes. As a result, ...

What will Trump's refusal from Obamacare

President-elect Trump's pledge to abandon Obamaker could make it harder for millions of poor people and the middle class to buy health insurance. But it will also help reduce the tax burden for rich people by 0,1%, which is equivalent to an average of $ 197. About…

US authorities extended registration at Obamacare-2017

On Friday night, the US authorities decided to extend the acceptance of applications for the Obamacare health insurance program for 2017 by several more days. Healthcare.gov says the deadline is now December 19th. Prior to that, the acceptance of applications ended on Thursday, December 15, ...

How expensive is Obamacare in 2017?

The Obama administration has released data that the cost of contributing to the most popular silver plan will rise by an average of 22% in 2017. In Oklahoma, according to Time, the plan will rise in price by 42%, in Tennessee by 39%, Minnesota, Cororado and Arizona - by 25%. For comparison, ...

The cost of medicine in the United States over 15 years has tripled

For the first time, health care costs for a typical American family of four have risen above $ 25. A threefold increase in spending since 2001 is shown by the Milliman Medical Index, released on Tuesday. According to them, a family of four should contribute to health care ...

Who Can Get Medicare and Medicaid

Generally, residents of the United States of America pay for health care themselves, either directly or through insurance. Medicare and Medicaid are health insurance programs for people 65 years of age and older, people with disabilities, and people with permanent kidney disease.

The hospital in Brooklyn billed $ 14 for the patient’s death

Coney Island Hospital in Brooklyn billed $ 14 to 48-year-old Jorge Matos for the care of his wife, Griselle Soto, who died in hospital in early February. Initially, the situation does not raise additional questions - the hospital wants to receive money for its ...

Senate is trying to cancel Obamacare

On Thursday, December 3, the Senate voted to overturn key Obamacare clauses and cut federal funding for Planned Parenthood, passing a bill that Obama will definitely veto. 47 out of 52 senators supported the bill. Two moderate Republicans - Susan Collins, Maine, and Mark Kirk of ...

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