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(RNN) - One of the many growing pains related to the Affordable Care Act could be the effect on hospitals focused on treating low-income patients and those without insurance. The majority of healthcareMore >> The Affordable Healthcare Act promises insurance for everyone, but that still may not mean you can visit any hospital you want - even if it's right down the street.More >> The medical profession became a profession in the 19th century as scientific advances broadened the amount of knowledge so much that specialization was necessary.More >> A burst of scientific advances in the 19th century so broadened the amount of knowledge required to practice medicine, that specialization became necessary, essentially turning the practice of medicine from a hit-or-miss avocation into a profession. The evolution of medicine caused the cost of care to rise so that the practice of medicine - and insurance - became money-making industries.
(RNN) - The profit of insurance companies may plummet once the new Affordable Care Act, better known as Obama Care, goes into effect. According to MSN, this is bad news for the largest U.S. medical insurer,More >> The profit of insurance companies may plummet once the new Affordable Care Act, better known as Obama Care, goes into effect.More >> (RNN) - One major aspect of the Affordable Care Act is that it makes preventive care for those insured under Marketplace private insurance plans, free - which means no co-payment, coinsurance or deductible. However,More >> One major aspect of the Affordable Care Act is that it makes preventive care for those insured under Marketplace private insurance plans, free - which means no co-payment, coinsurance or deductible.More >> (RNN) – The success or failure of Obamacare in the hands of Millennials, that's why a generation raised on the internet is being marketed to harder than any other. According to a Pew Research Center surveyMore >> Millennials and how they respond to advertisements for and against the Affordable Care Act is directly related to the success or failure of President Obama's cornerstone legislation.More >> (RNN) - The list of major companies publicly pleading their case over rising prices and inability to retain workers once the new healthcare law takes effect was like a row of dominoes. First, one companyMore >> Some businesses are still worried about the financial effect the new healthcare law will have on their bottom lines. The reality is there isn't as much to be afraid of as a lot of people think.
(RNN) - If you haven't already been hearing a lot about the federal health reform lately, chances are you will soon . Several major provisions of the law, commonly known as Obamacare, are taking effectMore >> Several major provisions of the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, are taking effect in the coming months. Here are some details on what's happening, how it will work, and what it means for you.More >> (RNN) - Republicans in Congress are threatening to shut down the government because they say Obamacare is too expensive and the government needs to rein in spending. But just who is paying for it? TheMore >> Beginning in 2014, the main parts of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as "Obamacare," take effect. But who's paying for it, and how much, is going to have long-term implications on our checkbooks.