When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed in 2010, we worked with many clients who had preexisting conditions, in order to help them successfully enroll in health insurance plans at reasonable costs. Many had no insurance at all, or if they did, they were being charged exorbitant premiums. As challenges to the ACA move through the courts, these clients are calling for advice and relaying their fears and anxieties at the thought of losing coverage.
Next month, the Supreme Court will consider the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Its decision will have major consequences in our lives.
Last month, #justdontgetit was a point of emphasis about not contracting COVID-19 in the first place. I recommended reading about Long-Haulers, those who are suffering long term implications even from mild cases of COVID-19.
This month, I can’t help but think, #itdidnthavetobethisway. This article discusses K, the overlooked variable, measuring the dispersion of the virus.
“It’s not always the restrictiveness of the rules, but whether they target the right dangers.”