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A University of Southern California professor says conservatives and liberals should split the difference: Scrap the exchanges and expand Medicaid.
Exchange enrollees and insurers fret over a lawsuit that could end federal help with copays and deductibles.
California Healthline/Kaiser Health News correspondents take to the airwaves to discuss the future of Obamacare and changes that might ensue after the demise of the Republican health care bill.
A core Obamacare feature is the requirement that insurers offer plans that cover basic health services like maternity care, mental health services, prescription drugs and hospital care. Some Republicans seek to lower costs and have more health insurance choice by rolling back those mandates.
The Republicans’ health care plan, which would generally reduce premium subsidies and limit federal funding for Medicaid, has many Californians wondering what will happen to their coverage. We spoke with some of them.
As lawmakers continue to negotiate over what should and shouldn’t be in the bill, news outlets round up its key areas of potential impact.
Key players in the future of the American Health Care Act put political capital and money on the line to ensure their desired outcome of today’s expected vote.
It will be a long day for President Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) as they push to gather the needed support to ensure passage of the American Health Care Act.
Many constituents could lose coverage under the AHCA. Half of California’s Republican-led districts voted against Donald Trump.
California’s health insurance exchange released an analysis showing that Republicans’ plan to trim subsidies, on average, by 40% would fall hard on elderly and very low-income people, especially in expensive areas like San Francisco.