Mark your calendar – 2014 ACA dates to know

Whether you signed up for a new insurance plan through one of the state exchanges, endured the glitches on the federal web site, or simply plan to keep the health insurance you already have, everyone will be affected by at least some Affordable Care Act provisions. Here are some key issues to be aware of […]

Health of Americans Ranks Worst Among High-Income Countries

Well, this sure is depressing. Amid all the news about more Americans gaining health insurance, the to-do over New York City Mayor Bloomberg’s war on super-sized sugary drinks, and efforts to provide healthier school lunches, there’s this: The U.S. ranks at or near the bottom in nine key areas of health: infant mortality and low […]

Obama to Congress: Quality, not Quantity of Care

The President laid out the agenda for his second administration in last night’s State of the Union address. Tucked among the many issues he spoke about included a short push for continued evolution of health care.  While his comments on this were brief, they were promising for the future of senior’s health. our medical bills […]

Health Care Law Upheld. What’s Next?

the Affordable Care Act is upheld. now what?

Majority of Americans Don’t Like Individual Mandate

what do you think about the individual mandate provision of the Affordable Care Act?