President Obama’s signature “accomplishment” continues to plague the American people six years after it was signed into law. Major insurance companies are threatening to pull out of the healthcare exchanges after experiencing significant losses under ObamaCare, and customers are expected to bear the burden of higher costs and fewer options as a result.
A new report from the Detroit Department of Veterans Affairs inspector general (IG) reveals that the Detroit VA hospital spent over $300,000 on televisions that were ultimately placed in storage and never used. This is just one of many revelations related to the VA’s abuse of funds that have been exposed following the VA scandal.
The latest assault on religious liberty is the Healthcare Right of Conscience bill signed by the Republican governor of Illinois mandating that medical personnel and pregnancy centers counsel patients on the "benefits" of abortion.
An oversight report by an independent taxpayer watchdog into the Veterans Affairs administration reveals more troubling information connected to the VA scandal, Fox News reports. According to the report's findings, the VA spent $20 million on artwork and sculptures and added nearly 40,000 new jobs, though just one in 11 were medical positions, all while more than a thousand veterans died awaiting medical care.
Last week the Justice Department charged a Miami-area healthcare operator, a hospital administrator, and a physician’s assistant with conspiracy for submitting fraudulent bills to Medicare and Medicaid exceeding $1 billion.
ObamaCare enrollees' high claims — nearly double those of other beneficiaries — are driving insurers into the red, which is likely to cause large premium increases next year, a new study reports.
Next year, nearly 100,000 Coloradans are poised to lose their ObamaCare exchange insurance, and those who don’t lose it may face premium hikes as high as 40 percent, according to a preliminary report from the Colorado Division of Insurance.
The Supreme Court issued an opinion on May 16 announcing that it would not rule in the case of Zubik v. Burwell, a highly publicized legal challenge presented to the High Court challenging the ObamaCare contraception mandate.