Health Care

How Could Health Reform Help Me?

May 5, 2010
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Tweet The Health Reform offers three main benefits: Insurers will have to offer you coverage: insurers will no longer be able to turn anyone down because of pre-existing medical conditions. From pregnancy to heart disease they will all be covered. Rates won’t be tied to your health, although smoker may have to pay up to […]

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Health Care Reform

April 28, 2010
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Tweet After months of debate that has played out across every conceivable form of media, Barack Obama, The President of The United States has signed into law the most critical social program named the Health Reform. More than half of the Americans still do not understand how they will be affected by this reform, which […]

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Health Care Reform – Key Provisions That Take Effect Immediately

April 9, 2010
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Tweet Here are some key provisions that take effect immediately: SMALL BUSINESS TAX CREDITS—Offers tax credits to small businesses to make employee coverage more affordable.  Tax credits of up to 35 percent of premiums will be available to firms that choose to offer coverage.  Effective beginning calendar year 2010. (Beginning in 2014, the small business tax […]

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President Signs Health Reform Law – Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law

April 8, 2010
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Tweet On Tuesday, March 23, 2010, president Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law. The enactment of the law is a huge victory for public health thanks to the efforts of all public health advocates. The law will: Extend health insurance coverage to an additional 32 million uninsured Americans. Provide subsidies […]

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