Elections aside and the future of the ACA with it, we need to start taking a holistic view of the impact this legislation is having on the healthcare industry. And that assessment needs to happen now with attention to some inherent imbalances lest we face a critical care situation even before a new President is sworn in.
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For his part, Cruz, the third place finisher, said he was the victim of character attacks. "There's no doubt that both Donald and Marco (Rubio) got very personal, got very nasty," he charged on Face the Nation. But the Cruz campaign may have taken politics to a new low this election.
Sure, hypocrisy is the coin of the realm in politics, and both sides play that game. But Republicans have taken the false indignation of double standards to a level rarely before seen in our political discourse.
Based on the conversations I've had with the nation's leading Alzheimer's researchers, I firmly believe that with the right investments and leadership, we can prevent and effectively treat Alzheimer's disease by 2025--and we can even make a cure possible by that time.
More than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's disease today, and that number is expected nearly to triple by 2015. I've met so many families who are dealing with the heartbreaking reality of watching a loved one's memory and mental capacity slip away, all while they struggle to find--and afford--the right care.
The public demurs from facing reality and accepting measures that might fix the problems, based on a misplaced--and manipulated--appreciation of self-reliance and freedom, O'Kane explains and illustrates.
Few political disasters have been so evidently painful as the launch of HealthCare.gov. The Obamacare website flopped from
WASHINGTON -- The day Obamacare passed Congress in 2010 featured a witches' brew of political movements and historical forces
Health care reporters documented the process every step of the way. And now that it's over, they have a chance to relax a
While I believe fervently that all Americans should have access to affordable health care, as president of Ivy Tech Community College I have severe reservations with the Affordable Care Act's definition of full time employment.
Why is it so difficult to gain wider support for insuring America's greatest asset, expanding the security of protecting one's health -- which cannot be replaced? Is it a resistance to putting the 'little people' on a level with the more affluent in our society?