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Employers: Affordable Care Act is a mixed bag

Since 2010, politicians have shared their versions of best and worst case scenarios with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). While some promised improved access and lower cost of care, others warned of businesses crumbling under the weight of new mandates and costs.

Many insured under Affordable Care Act taking a hit at tax time

Press Herald: Southwest Harbor resident Diana Newman – who obtained Affordable Care Act insurance in 2014 – got a $400 surprise when she filed her taxes a few weeks ago. “It was quite shocking,” Newman said of the $400 she may owe Uncle Sam because of how the ...

Supreme Court chief justice likely to back healthcare law

When the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in King vs. Burwell next week, all eyes will be on Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., to try to figure out which way he's leaning. After all, this case is the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act, and the last time the law was before the high...

PRINCETON: Former health secretary touts Affordable Care Act's benefits

As President Barack Obama prepared to report the final numbers of the Affordable Care Act’s second enrollment period Tuesday night, former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius spoke about the future of health care in America at Princeton University.

ECI®’s Affordable Care Act Support Team to Assist Clients with Navigating Healthcare Reform

ACA support team and tools to help clients navigate an ever-changing ACA landscape (PRWeb February 26, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/02/prweb12547615.htm

ECI®'s Affordable Care Act Support Team to Assist Clients with Navigating

Insurance News Net: "The Affordable Care Act presents a major new administrative challenge to American businesses," said Jeff Lacy , ECI President and CEO. "Reporting requirements are extensive and managing these requirements in house would require significant resources ...

Q&A: State hospital association president talks Medicaid expansion, hospital sale

The constantly changing health-care landscape in recent years has been a thorn in the side of some employers as they navigated new mandates and rules included in the Affordable Care Act.

7.5M Obamacare Customers Face 255% Premium Increase If SCOTUS Strips Subsidies

If a U.S. Supreme Court ruling eliminates subsidies for Americans who bought coverage on federal exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, nearly 7.5 million Americans could face a premium increase of 255 percent on average yet this year, a new report indicates.

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HHS secretary: Affordable Care Act is working

Wausau Daily Herald: Over the past three months, millions of Americans sent a powerful message: The Affordable Care Act is working, and the quality health coverage offered on its Health Insurance Marketplace is a product that consumers need, want and like. As of midnight Feb.

Check the Facts: Affordable Care Act

President Barack Obama says the Affordable Care Act is working "a little bit better than we anticipated," based on the 11.4 million people who signed up for insurance on the exchanges during the recent open enrollment period. That's better than the ...

HHS secretary: Affordable Care Act is working

USA TODAY: Over the past three months, millions of Americans sent a powerful message: The Affordable Care Act is working, and the quality health coverage offered on its Health Insurance Marketplace is a product that consumers need, want and like. As of midnight ...

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Affordable Care Act's tax traps may catch the middle class

AL.com: Whoever decided that having the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) enforce the penalties for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) may have made a political mistake primed to explode. Set aside for a moment the debate over the law itself.

U.S. health official says no fix if ACA subsidies thrown out

(Reuters) — The Obama administration has no way to repair the damage that would result from a Supreme Court decision against Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that would make health care unaffordable for millions of Americans, a top health adviser said on Tuesday.

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About 800000 Affordable Care Act enrollees received erroneous tax data, New

NOLA.com: In this Nov. 17, 2014 file photo, navigator Dianelys Dominguez, left, assists Giovanny Vega, 18, of Miami, right, sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act at the Borinquen Medical Center in Miami. Florida has eclipsed California to ...

The Key to Reducing Readmissions? Coordinated Care Transitions and the MEDITECH EHR

WESTWOOD, Mass. -- via PRWEB - Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), hospitals with high readmission rates now face penalties totaling up to three percent.

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Affordable Care Act Enrollment Deadline Extended

Tristatehomepage.com: 02/20/2015 05:58 PM. The deadline for those wanting to enroll through the Affordable Care Act has been extended. The deadline for those wanting to enroll through the Affordable Care Act has been extended. The Obama administration says the extension is ...

Is Washington Ready for the Death of Obamacare?

The possibility that the U.S. Supreme Court will soon eliminate federal subsidies for people buying health insurance through the Affordable Care Act is the biggest story in politics and economics that no one wants to talk about. “Everyone agrees this would be a cataclysmic hit to the insurance market,” Michael Kolber, a health-care attorney at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, said at a Feb. 13 ...

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Physician Assistants in High Demand Due to Affordable Care Act

Insurance News Net: By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Managed Care Weekly Digest -- The increase in the number of insured patients due to the Affordable Care Act has left a sizable gap in the number of capable medical professionals available to handle the sudden ...

HCA's stock could rise 20 pct, regardless of court case-Barron's

The stock of HCA Holdings Inc could rise 20 percent or more regardless of the outcome of a challenge to the Affordable Care Act that is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court next month and has led the stock to edge lower this year, Barron's said. The impact of the challenge is not as scary as it seems, as just 6 percent to 7 percent of projected earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and ...

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Affordable Care Act Users Are Managing Tax Filing, Many Uninsured May Use

Forbes: So far, most people with Affordable Care Act insurance subsidies seem to be filing their taxes without huge problems, despite the complexity of the process. However, about half of those who have filed returns with tax prep firm H&R Block and who owe a ...

54000 Montanans enroll in Affordable Care Act insurance

Great Falls Tribune: HELENA (AP) – More than 54,000 Montanans signed up for individual health insurance policies through the federal marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act, an increase of nearly 50 percent over 2014's enrollment of 36,600. U.S. Health and Human ...

54K Montanans enroll in Affordable Care Act insurance

NBC Montana: More than 54,000 Montanans signed up for individual health insurance policies through the federal marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act, an increase of nearly 50 percent over 2014's enrollment of 36,600. U.S. Health and Human Services ...

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