Good news: at least one person has actually signed up for health insurance on healthcare.gov.
Cancer cost the EU €126 billion in 2009, but the burden varies from country to country.
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Heritage Foundation: how the exchanges we propose are different from ObamaCare.
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“Good news: at least one person has actually signed up for health insurance on healthcare.gov.”
What is the old line? If we could save only one person, then it was worth it?
It’ll be interesting to see what that one person’s premiums look like. Since their business is sustaining that entire insurance industry I’m guessing they will be high.
“Cancer cost the EU €126 billion in 2009, but the burden varies from country to country.”
Cool graphic, why is Germany so high?
Maybe working to support the “welfare nations” is carcinogenic.
You would think so
“Heritage Foundation: how the exchanges we propose are different from ObamaCare.”
This should be good.
Sabal, for once I’ll agree with you. Although, some of their points are valid, their system isn’t nearly as different from ObamaCare as they try to make it look.
I never thought I’d see the day.
Well enjoy it. But in all seriousness, Heritage has lost some credibility.
I read the article about the private exchanges, hoping to get some information about the products.
All I read was basically, the plans were defined contribution plans, and could provide innovative features.
Seems to me that the employers participating in these plans are forgoing self insurance in lieu of providing stipends for individual insurance policies. If correct, how are these plans any different from the individual market that exists today?
Heritage Foundation: how the exchanges we propose are different
Their explanation came only about 5 years too late!
Exactly. What have they been doing this whole time? If they were really different they would’ve pointed it out a long time ago.
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