Source from AARP Bulletin, written by Bill Hogan Does your doctor take money from the drug or medical device companies to push their products? You really haven’t had a way to find out, though in recent years more than a dozen drugmakers have made public their payments to physicians-usually as a result of lawsuit-related settlements…. Read more »
Source from AARP, by Frank Lalli, AARP The Magazine On Jan. 1, 2014, President Obama’s Affordable Care Act will greatly expand the health care benefits being offered to the 55 million Americans with no health coverage, as well as millions more who are underinsured. The law sets certain standards that all insurers must meet, and mandates that all health… Read more »
Source from The Arc The Affordable Care Act marked one of the most significant laws for people with disabilities since the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990. This year, implementation is moving into high gear and we want to highlight the top reasons this landmark legislation will help individuals with intellectual and… Read more »
AARP is an amazing and easy resource for keeping up to date with everything related to Senior Care. In the following article, AARP has heard your confusion regarding Medicare and how the Affordable Care Act can affect your policy. Read the article here
If you’re confused about the Health Care Laws, check out this link from AARP! http://healthlawanswers.aarp.org/?intcmp=FTR-LINKS Just by answering a few questions about your current financial status and healthcare coverage, this tool generates an easy to understand report about how the health care law can work for you.
From the Pennsylvania Homecare Association Last Friday, Gov. Corbett’s senior staff released two important plans that provide a roadmap on how the Commonwealth will deliver and pay for healthcare in the future. Healthy Pennsylvania Gov. Corbett on Friday announced that he will seek the federal government’s approval to expand Medicaid in Pennsylvania under the Affordable… Read more »
Source from The Washington Post The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $55.5 million in grants to help bolster a health-care workforce that is stretched thin and possibly due for more strain under the Affordable Care Act. The health legislation, known as Obamacare, requires the uninsured to obtain medical coverage, potentially placing more stress on… Read more »