Now health insurers are required to spend at least four-fifths of your premiums on your health coverage. This is just one of the ways the Patient’s Bill of Rights is improving health care access for all Americans.
The HHS announcement is yet another example of how health reform is putting consumers first and ensuring that Americans get the full value of their health care dollar.
Today’s rules – an essential part of the Affordable Care Act – will ensure that premium dollars go to pay for medical care, not bloated administrative costs and executive bonuses.
With the passage of health care reform last March, additional Medicare benefits, including free wellness checkups and half-off brand name drugs in the donut hole coverage gap, have taken effect.
Millions of seniors across the country rely on the Social Security program and continue to struggle in today's economy - cutting their annual cost of living increases is simply unfair.
As a Congressman, there is no higher priority in my office than ensuring we honor the sacrifices made by our men and women in uniform and fulfill our responsibility to uphold the promises we made to our veterans and their families.
Our veterans have served us with dedication and honor, and many have made the ultimate sacrifice on our behalf. We must never forget their remarkable service or the great debt we owe them.
There is no group of Americans more deserving of our recognition, our gratitude, and our devotion than our nation’s veterans.
“For the fourth straight month, we’ve seen job growth of over 100,000 jobs, the first time that’s happened in four years. That’s very encouraging, but we’re certainly not yet out of the woods.