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Bill Binnie will be participating in a live Senatorial debate tonight, September 9, 2010 at 7:00 PM EST.
(May 26, 2010) Support for repeal of the new national health care plan has jumped to its highest level ever.
(June 22, 2010) Don’t expect doctors to give the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act a clean bill of health.
(June 5, 2010) Monday’s headline from Reuters — “Soaring costs force Canada to reassess health model” — is a warning.
(May 24, 2010) “Terri Bohannan of Fountain Valley had just finished shopping at Albertson’s when she saw a stage and large repeal sign."
(May 22, 2010) Among the comprehensive changes impacting health care providers, employers, and individuals is the creation of several new advisory boards and panels.
(May 22, 2010) As of 2012, businesses will have to issue a 1099 to just about any vendor for goods or services totaling more than $600.
(May 20, 2010) Individuals must pay a yearly tax penalty of $695 or up to 2.5% of their annual income if they cannot prove they have purchased a government-approved health care policy.
(May 20, 2010) The new healthcare law will pack 32 million newly insured people into emergency rooms already crammed beyond capacity, according to experts on healthcare facilities.
(May 20, 2010) Texas doctors are opting out of Medicare at alarming rates, frustrated by reimbursement cuts they say make participation in government-funded care of seniors unaffordable.
(April 26, 2010) He replied: “There’s nothing in the Constitution that says that the federal government has anything to do with most of the stuff we do.”
(April 26, 2010) President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law is getting a mixed verdict in the first comprehensive look by neutral experts
(April 26, 2010) First came the seemingly endless health care debate. Now come years of lawsuits, as opponents of the health overhaul seek to chip away at the health care reform bill in the courts.
(April 26, 2010) Big community hospitals supported the president’s health overhaul. In exchange they are getting something they have desperately wanted for years: a ban on new competition.
(April 26, 2010) The new federal health-care law has raised the stakes for hospitals and schools already scrambling to train more doctors.