Donald Trump’s Health-Care Plan and Where the ‘Repeal and Replace’ Slogan Falls Short
Donald Trump’s Health-Care Plan and Where the ‘Repeal and Replace’ Slogan Falls Short By Drew Altman Mar 3, 2016 #WallStreetJournal #AffordableCareAct #insurance #healthcare #Trump #health #thinktank #politics #2016elections http://blogs.wsj.com/ http://on.wsj.com/1TWlni7 #healthpolicy #Obamacare #uninsured
States with some of the worst Obamacare news this year also have the biggest need for people to sign up, presenting a major challenge to advocates for the healthcare law. Of the six states where insurers have proposed the steepest price increases affecting the most people, five have among the highest uninsured rates in the country, according to data compiled by independent analyst Charles Gaba. In Tennessee, where 11 percent of residents remain uninsured, average monthly premiums could rise…
Uninsured adults remain hampered by technical difficulties with Healthcare.gov and need more time to compare plans available through Obamacare -- but they plan on enrolling eventually anyways, according to a new survey.