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The CBO predicts Trump’s move to end ObamaCare subsidies will hike premiums, uninsured rate, deficits

President Trump signs an executive order ending the payment of cost-sharing subsidies to insurers to support ACA’s individual markets.

Andy Slavitt to Serve as Special Advisor to General Atlantic

Former CMS Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt accepts a position at private equity firm General Atlantic, where he will focus on healthcare investments in underserved populations.

New London family doctor, 85, says state forced her to give up medical license

An 85-year-old primary care provider in New Hampshire claims she is being forced to retire for refusing to implement an EHR, while the State Board of Medicine says she agreed to surrender her license “in light of an investigation into her record-keeping, prescribing practices, and medical decision-making.”

North Korea behind WannaCry attack which crippled the NHS after stealing US cyber weapons, Microsoft chief claims

Microsoft President Brad Smith blames North Korean hackers for launching the WannaCry cyberattack that infected several NHS hospitals earlier this year. He says, “I think at this point that all observers in the know have concluded that WannaCry was caused by North Korea using cyber tools or weapons that were stolen from the National Security Agency in the United States.”

 

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Currently there are "2 comments" on this Article:

  1. Ever notice how Presidential candidates hate Executive Orders and decry the previous President’s use of them? Then the Presidential candidate gets elected and *Shazam* ! The new President is signing Executive Orders like they are going out of style!

  2. How can premiums skyrocket when Obamacare is enacted AND when it is repealed?

    Seems like the insurance companies are taking advantage of any changes made in order to hike prices, cut reimbursements and still make huge profits.







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