The opinions int his blog represent my personal opinions only and do not reflect the opinion of Cottonwood nor it’s administration. I want to talk a little bit about the health care exchanges which will be established under Title I. By 2014 each state is to set up an American Health Benefit Exchange to allow...Read More
We are looking at part of the new health care reform law which is in 9 main parts. We have been looking and will continue to look at Title I – Quality Affordable Health Care for All Americans. I previously discussed insurance market reforms which I think are very positive and will increase availability and...Read More
I want to continue to look at the health care reform law, what changes it entails and of course my own editorial comments. We will continue to discuss Title I- Quality Affordable Health Care for All Americans. There are a number of insurance industry market reforms that I talked about yesterday. I did forget one...Read More
The views expressed in this blog are my own personal opinions and do not reflect the views of Cottonwood nor it’s administration. I want over the next few days to review the contents of what is the main health care reform bill that was signed into law March 23. We have all heard a lot...Read More
Last night I posted a blog revisiting HR 4872 the health care reform amendments but it doesn’t seem to show up. I am very happy. There were 5 different versions of HR4872, the health care reform bill. There was the Reconciliation Act of 2010 from March 17 that was the text I was using, two...Read More
I am very happy right now. I wondered if I had gotten things wrong about HR4872, the House bill that was signed into law March 30. It turns out I was wrong. There were actually 5 versions of the bill. The text I had was the Reconciliation Act of 2010 from March 17 which was...Read More
The views expressed in this blog represent my personal opinions only and do not represent the views of Cottonwood nor it’s administration. I want to talk a little bit about health care reform and the two bills that were recently signed into law. I had previously said I would make no comments until the final...Read More
The views expressed in this blog are my personal views and do not reflect the views of Cottonwood nor it’s administration. I haven’t written in awhile. I don’t exactly know why but felt it was time to do so again. By now everyone is probably aware that the House passed a health care reform bill....Read More
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