ACA/Health Reform Posts

Hospitals Must Now Post Their Prices Online

January 9, 2019

Hoping to empower consumers who are shouldering more and more of their health care costs each year, the federal government this year is requiring hospitals across the country to post their standard price lists on their websites. Read More

There is Another Pre-Existing Conditions Problem – for Seniors

December 18, 2018

Pre-existing conditions are in the news again, now that a federal judge's ruling could wipe out the Affordable Care Act. But there's been a similar issue all along that's drawn less attention: Seniors with pre-existing conditions can be denied coverage in many cases when they apply for Medicare supplemental insurance policies, or Medigap. Read More

Incoming Dem Chairman Vows Hearings on ObamaCare Lawsuit ‘right away’

December 18, 2018

Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-N.J.), the next chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, vowed Monday to hold oversight hearings "right away" on the Trump administration's involvement in a court case over the weekend that ruled that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, often called ObamaCare, was unconstitutional.  Read More