Amid concerns over rising healthcare costs, Stanford recently launched a new, low-cost healthcare option for its employees and their dependents with an extended open enrollment date until Nov. 19.
To share information about this fluid and ambiguous situation, we have posted some Q&A’s on the Vaden Health Center website at http://vaden.stanford.edu, including more about ACA and Cardinal Care, the university-sponsored student health insurance plan.
With the vast majority of the Affordable Care Act upheld by the Supreme Court, Obamacare — or what Paul Begala justly called “a policy conceived by the Heritage Foundation, midwifed by Newt Gingrich, raised by Mitt Romney, and then adopted in adulthood by Barack Obama” — is set to become the law of the land.
Let’s talk for a moment about the pushback — or lack thereof — against Mr. Limbaugh from prominent Republicans.
Enrollment for employee healthcare plans are scheduled to be open from Oct. 24 to Nov. 10, following a series of town hall meetings concerning the University’s decision to replace Health Net and PacifiCare with the new Blue Shield Exclusive Provider Organization (EPO).
A year ago last week, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. The law enacts significant health insurance reforms that will take effect over the next several years. But one very important piece of that law is already in place. And it may directly benefit you.
Electronic health records do not improve health care quality, even when accompanied with decision-making software, according to a recent Stanford study.