In the following infographic by Healthcare-Administration-Degree.net, take a look at the numbers of Americans who have applied for health insurance since Obamacare has become law. You will also learn about glitches that occurred on the website.
The news has been abuzz with updates and debates surrounding Obamacare. However, many of these discussions seem oddly familiar to many of our older citizens. Surprisingly, Social Security and Medicare both faced strict opposition in their fledgling days. Now, however, they are some of the most popular programs around.
Obamacare is back and comes with taxes! With the launch of coverage under the health care law this year comes a new set of taxes that the government hope will help pay for the program. While a few of the changes directly affect the average American, everyone should new about the changes that come with the new law. For an overview of the new taxes, check out the following infographic.
Galorath watched the healthcare.gov rollout difficulties, the outcries and finger pointing and decided to take a more analytical look. While it is easy to throw stones at stakeholders, this was a huge IT project and there were bound to be challenges. Could it have gone better? Sure. Were there adequate resources?
More than one month after Healthcare.gov was launched, trouble has plagued the website, as the high volume of visitors exposed many of the website’s capacity and software issues. Check out why the website failed to meet people’s expectations in the infographic below.
This infographic from Hummel Marketplace breaks down the 903 pages of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, in a simple way so even a child can understand.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is here and in the coming months, 45 million US consumers will be looking for information on which plan is best for them. To get prompt answers to their many questions, will US consumers visit a health insurer’s website, call the contact center, or speak with an insurance agent? Will their questions get answered?
The Affordable Care Act is designed to change the landscape of modern healthcare, but are you aware of the daunting new taxes Obamacare ushers upon the American public? Although expanded healthcare coverage will be provided at reasonable prices, Obamacare will introduce twenty new taxes that will cost American taxpayers over half a trillion dollars in the next ten years. So with all things considered, is this ground-breaking law truly “affordable”?
Despite its 1900+ page length, and 234k words that impact substantive law, the basics of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) or Obamacare aren’t hard to grasp. In this infographic, see how Obamacare affects you and what will every American get starting 2014 in terms of health care.
Many Americans are not sure about Obamacare and how it works, let alone about the delays taking place. Check out the infographic below to learn about Obamacare and the delays.
As the countdown to the Affordable Care Act begins, thousands of small businesses around the country are confused about what will be expected of them. Docstoc has put together the following infographic which shows what surveys reveal.
This health reform infographic from Clarity Way breaks down the Affordable Care Act in an effort to explain how it will affect each and every citizen, from small businesses to large ones, college students to parents, and senior citizens to the young. It’s important that you know about the Affordable Care Act and understand that if we had maintained our status-quo, over 14,000 Americans would lose their health insurance daily.