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National Healthcare Insurers on Path to Merge from Five to a SINGLE PAYER

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Many, including CDN, projected that consumer choice would become greatly limited after the imposition of Obamacare – this month is proving all of them right – and more. The Economist published an article detailing the turmoil healthcare insurers are experiencing. The remedy they seek is to eliminate competition in an impossible marketplace: A similar consolidation among health insurers was also predicted. But since ...

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ObamaCare: More Taxes, Less Medicare


Today, published the highlights of the CBO’s updated report on the costs of Obamacare. Over one trillion dollars will be sucked out of the American economy to fill a massive feeding trough for government bureaucracies.  CBO: $1.05 Trillion In New Taxes “Penalty Payments by Uninsured Individuals … Changes in revenues 2013-2022:-55 [billion dollars].” “Penalty Payments by Employers… Changes in revenues 2013-2022:-106 [billion ...

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Study: PPACA Changes to Medicare Equal Less Benefits, Fewer Choices & Decreased Enrollment

WASHINGTON, Oct. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) will dramatically reduce the number and variety of healthcare plan choices available to seniors and reduce benefits and enrollment, according to a new study released today by the American Action Forum.  The report outlines that by 2017 nearly all Medicare Advantage (MA) enrollees will find that the plan ...

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