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Podcast: KHN’s ‘What The Health?’ What Just Happened To The ACA And What Happens Now? A Special Bonus Edition. December 17, 2018. Podcast: KHN’s ‘What The Health?’ What Just Happened To The ACA And What Happens Now? A federal district court ruled that the ACA is unconstitutional raises doubts (again) about the law, even as more people benefit and premiums for ACA plans have stabilized.

Click here to subscribe to Concierge Medicine Today/The DPC Journal’s Weekly “DocPreneur Podcast” — LISTEN NOW to Industry Insider Interviews The panelists for this special bonus episode of KHN’s “What the Health?” are Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News, Joanne Kenen of Politico, Stephanie Armour of The Wall Street Journal and. KHN’s ‘What the Health?’ Replay: What’s at Stake When High Court Hears ACA Case. August 27, 2020.

We’re off this week, but the Affordable Care Act is in the news, as the GOP holds its. And now, the podcast transcript, which has been edited for length and clarity: He points out that the ACA allows health plans to set aside up to 30 percent of health. KHN’s ‘What The Health?’: Trump Twists on Virus Response.

July 23, 2020. President Donald Trump has, for now at least, become a realist on the extent of the COVID-19 crisis around the. A federal district judge in Texas ruled Friday that Congress’ 2017 elimination of the tax penalty for failing to have insurance rendered the entire Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. What happens n. Podcast: KHN’s ‘What The Health?’ What Just Happened To The ACA And What Happens Now?

A Special Bonus Edition. December 17, 2018. A federal district judge in Texas ruled Friday that Congress. Joining us now is NPR health policy correspondent Alison Kodjak to talk about what happens to Obamacare without the individual mandate.

Hi, Alison. ALISON KODJAK, BYLINE: Hi, Ray. With open enrollment for 2020 health plans set to kick off in just a few weeks, Bagley wants people to know the ACA is still strong.

The federal health.

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Much of the discussion that follows is derived from Sean Sullivan, Managing Health Care Costs; Karen Davis et al., Health Care Cost Containment; and Tell, Falik, and Fox, “Private-Sector Health Care Initiatives.”

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Reporters such as Volsky (2013) quite erroneously jumped to the conclusion that the ACA, even before it was fully implemented in 2014, had somehow led to the moderation in health insurance premiums and other health care costs.

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The focus of Chapter 10 is on health reform, including the ACA.

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The passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) (discussed in Chapter 2) also represents an attempt to address some of the existing “failures” in our insurance system and in the market for health care.

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The possible legislative changes to the ACA are discussed further in Chapter 9.

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The ACA also encompasses some changes in technology use in the healthcare world, which we’ll get into in Chapter 12.

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As discussed earlier, in the national health legislation that passed in 2010, the ACA, the majority of the provisions and the vast majority of the discussion of the bill focused on those issues.

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Under the ACA, all consumers have the right to appeal coverage decisions made by a health insurance company to an outside, independent decision panel.

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First, it describes the current state of health insurance coverage, with an examination of historical trends and the public policies that have shaped the current system.

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For discussions of how the ACA might have shifted the ERISA terrain somewhat, see Brendan S. Maher, The Affordable Care Act, Remedy, and Litigation Reform, 63 Am.

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  • Genghis was a strategic war genius he controlled the battlefield like he was fighting children. He knew what they would do before they knew. This has happened to many men throughout history.

  • Sorry but how can you love the US health care system. It’s awful..a money making machine, preying on those with any money and suffering from succumbing to the equally awful and predatory, food, agricultural and pharma industries. A disgrace in what is one of the world’s richest countries.

  • Vaccines the biggest scandal of out time! Are you brave enough to have Del Bigtree on? Or have you too fallen for the lie. Interesting people know pharmaceutical companies don’t have our best interests at heart… except when it comes to vaccines? We give newborn babies right out of the womb a heb B shot (a sexually transmitted disease)? Why…? Their immune systems haven’t even turned on yet. 72 shots a child gets! Think about it!

  • An incredibly inspiring podcast. Not only form the science point of view but…it just gives a whole new perspective on possibilities and believing in one’s abilities and dreams. Being a student, I felt truly uplifted hearing such amazing stories showing that if you want, you really can become anyone and enjoy your life to the maximum potential.

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart for inviting such role models for the discussion and being one yourself as well!

  • In some way or another, we’re all constantly chasing health, and seeking out better ways to live our lives. Once we find what works for us, we need to do it everyday until it becomes so ingrained in us that we can’t imagine life any other way.

  • Thank you for sharing another amazingly wonderful podcast. Even though I live in Canada, I find this all very interesting. ������❤️

  • You’re doctor and you don’t have them eat healthy? Why give in to your family, when you are saving their lives by doing so??HUH????

  • I’ve done over 10 day just water fasts…..and after 3-4 days, more like 4, you don’t even care about food…what does that tell ya, then go light on broth, fruit, very light coming back first 4 days back, nothing to it…..

  • 21:49 (period 1219-1220) In Caucasus there was no Armenia, only Azerbaijan and Georgia. Accordingly Georgian Kings and Azerbaijani Turkish fought against Mongols.

  • Yeah pity Gupta denies the truth about vaccines dangerous and useless and anti-health and works for pharma-funded media. Its an example of how far humans have actually gone from biologically reality and how destructive and dishonest “science” and industrialised “medicine” has become.

  • @ 9:00 “The majority of the people you inspire, you will never meet.” Thank you Rich Roll and co. Your influence and these conversations are cathartic for me. I’m vegan partly from listening to your podcasts and some of your vegan guests. I do all that I can to minimize my impact on our planet and to live a humane and cruel-free life. Yes, corporations/politicians should step up, but it’s obvious we’re on our own here. How we live our lives and spend our money matters. Keep up the good fight.

  • The Jin Empire was never considered Chinese until recent years to politically and diplomatically integrate them into Chinese history, more important: to widen the border line.

  • He chases money that pays him to use medicine to help people gamble with their lives:
    It’s over. Your kind will never get air time again. You have blood on your hands Mr. Gupta. You should not be doing this video at all…but how much does life cost to you? You were out to lunch selling human lives while The New Ethical Media Professionals where out SAVING LIVES: While Omar Jimenez was out making world History, you we’re out to lunch using medicine to naturalize gambling with our lives for the sake of profit: Omar Jimenez is a CNN Correspondent based in Chicago. Jimenez started with CNN in 2017 for the network’s affiliate service, CNN Newsource, based in Washington, D.C. While there, he covered breaking news stories for CNN’s more than 900 affiliates nationwide reporting both in the United States and internationally in France and Mexico.

    Among his work at Newsource: He reported from the ground in Paris in the aftermath of the Notre Dame Cathedral fire; from Las Vegas just hours after the mass shooting there, the deadliest in modern American history; and from Florida and Texas during the 2017 hurricanes that became part of CNN’s Emmy-nominated coverage.

    Prior to joining CNN, Jimenez worked for WBAL-TV in Baltimore, Maryland where he was a reporter and fill-in anchor. While there, he received an individual Emmy nomination for general assignment reporting.

    He covered the trials for the officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, was the lead story on the station’s Emmy award-winning special on opioids, and published pieces on opioid influence in Maryland and the fight against child sex trafficking across the state.

    Jimenez began his on-air career as a multimedia journalist for WGEMTV in Quincy, IL, where he covered a wide variety of stories, including the business behind the local methamphetamine trade at the time.

    He graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, where he also played on the varsity men’s basketball team.

  • “They where using guerilla tactics in a foreign land.” How steppe horsemen conquered the longest lived empire of millions in just four years.

  • Rich, you’ve changed my life through your book. I just recently completed my first 50 mile run as a 100% vegan runner. All thanks to you for opening me up to the power of diet and the ultra endurance community a couple years back. I am now in the best shape of my life at 24 and have the drive to continue to grow. I very much appreciate you as an individual and am so grateful to come across your story. I’m know I am not the only one. Always wish you the best and look forward to more community guest like Gupta. Thank you!

  • 500 cals a day is not a long term solution. long term this is starvation.
    tim sheiff would be an interesting guest.
    * i am familiar w longos 5 days mimick.

  • The Mongols were indeed an evil empire… Engaging in wanton slaughter and massacre on an unprecedented scale, looting and pillaging and engaging in treachery and dishonor. Absolutely evil.

  • I shared an office with Dr. Gupta at Michigan. Very nice man and caring physician. I’m glad that he is adopting, (if not fully), the way of eating that is best for animals, (as well as human animals), and the world. My heart disease was reversed and life changed by eating whole plants. Peace and Plants! <3

  • NEW VIDEO IN THE SERIES: http://bit.ly/2H3veCL
    Here are the links to our podcast on the history of the Mongols http://www.kingsandgenerals.net/podcast/ https://apple.co/2QTuMNG http://bit.ly/2QDF7y0 https://spoti.fi/2UBmyuO Please follow and comment and rate!