Category Archives: healthcare costs

The Health of Our Care – The Very Best Ever in the History of the World, Or Not

So, it’s here, the GOP’s replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act. In my last two posts, I wrote a whole lot about pre-existing conditions. The GOP’s plan – potentially called the American Health Care Act, not really called The … Continue reading

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The Health Of Our Care – me, naked but for my slingshot

I received a letter today from Aetna that starts out: Dear Valued Member…. At least I’m a valued member now. When Aetna sent me the letter last month announcing they were raising my premium more than 35%, I was not … Continue reading

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The Health Of Our Care – me, part 2

Ronald Williams, Chairmen & CEO, Aetna, in an interview with Nightly Business Report Correspondent Darren Gersh on PBS (Thursday, March 4, 2010): Gersh – Are you charging people up to 40% more for their individual insurance? Williams – The answer is … Continue reading

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HealthCare Blue Book

While Congress continues to debate health care reform, I want to introduce a resource that can be helpful NOW – HealthCarebluebook.com. (A friend of mine who is currently uninsured and going through breast cancer treatment told me about this resource.) … Continue reading

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