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The Bomb Buried In Obamacare Explodes Today-Hallelujah! - Forbes

The Bomb Buried In Obamacare Explodes Today-Hallelujah! - Forbes | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it
Rick Ungar has always argued that the impact of the Affordable Care Act is not nearly as big of a deal as opponents would have you believe. Tell that to President Obama and the rest of politicians. Every action has an effect, and if the health care reform is passed there will be results. Americans will be forced to have health insurance. To say that is not a big deal is a little absurd in my opinion, because it will affect all citizens.
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Super Committee's statement would trigger deep cuts to Medicare | Healthcare Finance News

Super Committee's statement would trigger deep cuts to Medicare | Healthcare Finance News | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it

The Super Committee that was supposed to save the Americas economy is not going as planned. Unfortunately us American citizens are forced to pay a price. As a result of this " Super Committee" failure to agree on a budget, health care is a major target for the budget cut. It is projected over the next nine years there will be a 500 billion dollar Medicare cut. What are Americans that need medicare going to do? This is not good news for America...

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Health-care case brings fight over which Supreme Court justices should decide it

Health-care case brings fight over which Supreme Court justices should decide it | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it
Before the Supreme Court has taken up the case over health-care reform’s constitutionality, a fight has broken out over which justices get to help decide it.Senate Republicans stepped up the pressure on Justice Elena Kagan to take herself out of the court’s decision on the health-care reform act. Do you think this is fair? Do you think they should have asked anybody to step out. If these two justices are asked to step out, why are they justices to begin with. All the justices should be able to see if this case is constitutional
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Insurance Mandate May Be Health Law’s Undoing

Insurance Mandate May Be Health Law’s Undoing | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it

President Obama is in the awkward position of defending something he once rejected as a candidate. In the 2008 presidential primaries President Obama insisted That Americans should not be required to buy health insurance. Two years later he is defending his bill stating that all Americans are going to be required to buy health insurance. How is this bill going to be taken seriously when he himself did not agree with this bill 2 years ago?

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Supreme Court Ruling Could Revive Health Care for 2012 Campaign

Supreme Court Ruling Could Revive Health Care for 2012 Campaign | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it

The administration agreed to seek a swift review of President Obama's health care law by the Supreme Court. Health care is going to bena prominent issue in Obamas 2012 campaign. Do you you think this is a smart move For him? By reviving health care would that make voters inclined to vote for him? Or is he setting himself up For failure?

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Appeals Court Backs Health Care Law

Appeals Court Backs Health Care Law | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it

"President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law got a boost on Tuesday when an appeals court agreed with a lower court that dismissed a challenge and found the law's minimum coverage requirement was constitutiona." Finding this constitutional is a very big deal. Just a little bit closer for everyone to purchase healthcare in 2014.

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2012 — A Watershed Election for Health Care — NEJM

2012 — A Watershed Election for Health Care — NEJM | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it

The 2012 election is going to be monumental for health care in America. If Obama is not reelected, the health care bill he's been working on for four years will disappear, leaving Americans looking for an answer for this health care situation.

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Health-care groups laying groundwork for post-election debate over cost cuts

Health-care groups laying groundwork for post-election debate over cost cuts | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it
Health-care groups expect pressure to cut federal spending on health after the 2012 elections. They say the debate must focus on the right areas. Is this really the best idea to save money in America? Obviously, as you all know health care is a huge topic in politic. Cutting into it's budget can see huge repricutions for citizens nationwide. Let's hope we do not have to come to this.
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Health Care Is Inexorably Changing, Despite Legal Uncertainty

Health Care Is Inexorably Changing, Despite Legal Uncertainty | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it
No matter what the Supreme Court decides, health care in America has changed in ways that will not be easily undone. This health care reform has changed so many things in the health care industry before it even passed! Doctors are leaving small practices for larger ones. Smaller insurance agencies are falling to the larger dominant ones. Is the health care reformngoing to solve all problems, or create new ones?
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Obama administration to announce effort to expand health-care workforce

Obama administration to announce effort to expand health-care workforce | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it
Administration will announce as much as $1 billion in funding to hire, train and deploy workers. This willBhelp expand the need for health care services. It is proposed by 2025 that occupations in the health fields will double. This is is great news for our economy as well for for people studying to get into the medical field. With more jobs available, this will help fix the shortage of doctors in America!
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Obama administration calls on health clinics to hire military veterans

Obama administration calls on health clinics to hire military veterans | Future American Health Care | Scoop.it

The administration expects each of the nation’s estimated 8,000 clinics to hire at least one veteran over the next three years, using funding provided by the health care reform act. What great news for our Veterans! It being Veterans Day, knowing that there is a plan in action to help out the unemployed veterans is a great feeling. Getting these Veterans jobs will hopefully jump are economy in the right direction.

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