Aug 21, 2013 A Kaiser Family Foundation survey concluded that, for the second year in a row, employer-provided insurance costs went up only moderately in 2012. But employee wages still didn’t keep pace. […]
By Roy Ramthun, “Mr. HSA”, HSA Consulting Services, LLC, CMT Contributor AUGUST 23, 2013 – The Affordable Care Act did not eliminate HSAs as many had feared. The HSA bank accounts themselves […]
Labor Unions’ Latest Problem: Obamacare’s ‘Cadillac Tax’ Harms Their Gold-Plated Health Insurance Plans
By Avik Roy, Contributor AUGUST 7, 2013 – Last month, we discussed the stunning turnabout from leaders of prominent labor unions, who stated that “unintended consequences” from Obamacare were “causing nightmare scenarios” […]
Some Doctors Opt Out of Program, Frustrated With Payment Rates and Mounting Rules BY MELINDA BECK JULY 29, 2013 – Fewer American doctors are treating patients enrolled in the Medicare health program […]
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Jamie and Ben Heywood, trained as mechanical engineers at MIT, learned their brother Stephen was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) in 1999. They grew frustrated by the lack of reliable information […]