ACHA – Proposed Amendments Protect or Attack the Sick/Uninsured?

Let me preface this by saying that employer-based health coverage doesn’t really factor into the discussion below.  Again, the beef with the ACA right now is the tanking of the individual market and the Exchange.   House Republican leaders posted new ACHA language last week.  Referred to as the MacArthur amendment, it potentially weakens ACA […]

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Not Fake News – ACHA Gets the Thumb’s Down

After Friday’s no-go on the House Committee’s “Repeal and Replace” proposal, Trump has openly criticized the Right, namely the Freedom Caucus, the Heritage Foundation, and the Club for Growth, for its opposition to the bill. Naturally, Dems were not going for it, but these conservative groups had the power to tip the scales in favor […]

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Breaking Down Trumpcare’s “Repeal and Replace” Draft

Break down of the AHCA draft HOUSE bill   The House Bill preliminary draft of the Trump Administration’s American Health Care Act (AHCA) is out this week. Here’s the Sorin Group’s interpretation of what’s IN and what’s OUT of the AHCA draft based on various media outlets and Congressional sources. OUT CADILLAC TAX – the […]

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Repeal and Replace Proposals as of February 8, 2017

Read our overview authored by ACA experts providing a high level analysis of our “Repeal and Replace” predictions as they are proposed today. You will notice there are no timelines attached to these predictions as we remain uncertain when the new administration and Congress will prioritize action to the specific aspects of this law.   […]

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