Perhaps some of the explanations of the 2,000 page-plus Patient Protection and Affordable Care Art are too long. Here’s a one-sentence explanation by an Illinois physician who happens to be running for the legislature–apparently in Chicago!
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Posted in Barack Obama, Health Care & Obama Care, tagged Nancy Pelosi, Obamacare, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, President Obama smokes, Regina Benjamin, Timothy Geithner on October 13, 2012| Leave a Comment »
With Vice President Joe Biden debating Paul Ryan this week, you might want to tune into the first debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. The Biden gaffes will certainly all be covered by the mainstream media, so your time is better spent on the first Presidential debate.
Here are the highlights from the first debate. Notice how annoyed President Obama gets when Gov. Romney explains the importance of job creation.
Here is the full debate:
Posted in Entitlement Programs, Health Care & Obama Care, tagged employer health insurance, Harry Reid, Health insurance, healthcare subsidies, Obamacare, Obamacare penalties, Obamacare waivers, PPACA, state healthcare exchanges on July 7, 2012| 2 Comments »
With the U.S. Supreme Court upholding health insurance mandates, now is the time to learn the facts about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. This episode of Dr. Jill Vecchio’s videos describes health care exchanges, employer health care insurance mandates, waivers from the law issued to various Obama cronies (including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s entire state!).
The factual overview starts at about 1:15. Watch these videos and you will be well-equipped to discuss the problems in store for Americans due to the PPACA or Obamacare.
Posted in Health Care & Obama Care, tagged Cadillac Tax, CLASS Act, comparative effectiveness, Dr. Jill Vecchio, health care costs, health care rationing, Independent Payment Advisory Board, IPAB, Kathleen Sebelius, long-term care, Obamacare on June 16, 2012| Leave a Comment »
Last week we linked to Dr. Jill Vecchio’s explanation of health care costs, which was Part 2 of a 7-part series of videos describing ObamaCare. Health care costs are the purported reason Congress passed the bill. In Part 3, Dr. Vecchio excels at explaining some of the key health care bill provisions and shows why ObamaCare will fail in controlling costs.
Dr. Vecchio founded the Colorado chapter of Docs4 Patient Care, a non-partisan organization dedicated to effective and responsible health care reform. The doctors who support this organization recognize the flaws in ObamaCare.
By watching one video each week, you will become a local expert on the health care law. Spread the word to your friends and neighbors by sharing this post. These videos will be posted on Saturday mornings.
Posted in Health Care & Obama Care, tagged comparative effectiveness, Docs4 Patient Care, Dr. Jill Vecchio, health care costs, health care rationing, Medicaid, Medicare, Obamacare, Romneycare on June 9, 2012| 1 Comment »
Docs4 Patient Care is a national organization dedicated to educating the public about the flaws in ObamaCare as a way of reforming health care. Physicians are uniquely positioned to understand the implications of ObamaCare, as its provisions begin taking effect in the years ahead.
As part of their educational effort, Dr. Jill Vecchio of Colorado produced a series of videos explaining different aspects of the health care law. art 2 of the series begins a discussion of spiraling medical costs. Lots of factors contribute to higher health care costs, including overutilization, the costs of technology, bureaucracy, the pricing of services, insurance coding and more. Dr. Vecchio starts her presentation at 0:43.
Dr. Vecchio does an excellent job of explaining health care rationing toward the end. Please share this with your friends.
In 2010, Dr. Jill Vecchio founded the first state chapter of a national organization called Docs4 Patient Care. Physicians are uniquely positioned to understand the implications of ObamaCare, as its provisions begin taking effect in the years ahead.
As part of their educational effort, Dr. Vecchio produced a series of videos explaining different aspects of the health care law. Part One of the series explains who will be covered by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010. Check out the discussion of comparative data on survival rates and first treatment rates toward the end of the video.
TeaLiberty.com will link to one installment of the seven-part series each Saturday going forward. Schedule just ten minutes each week to check out an installment. By the end of this series, you will know more about ObamaCare than Nancy Pelosi and her supporters did when they passed the law.