So says a news report. As a result of health care reform, plenty of companies that don't sell insurance plan to start.
Expect nursing homes to respond by cutting staff. Some may decline to accept patients with more complex medical needs.
Health care reform critics say many companies would eliminate their health insurance plans to avoid the cost of enrolling more employees. But a new survey says that's not the case.
Women with health insurance will get access to a range of preventive care without a co-pay under new health care reform guidelines.
How does the cost compare with a lifetime of contact lenses?
When brand-name drugs go 'off patent,' other companies can make them in generic form. That's going to happen soon with some of the most popular medications.
Exactly who would pay more and how much is unclear. But cherished deductions like the one for mortgage interest are targeted.
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