The November issue of Health Care News warns of an Obama administration crackdown on health insurers. In a letter to Karen Ignagni, president of America’s Health Insurance Plans, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius warned there would be “zero tolerance” for “misinformation and unjustified rate increases.”
Also in this issue:
- Sens. John Barrasso (R-WY) and Tom Coburn (R-OK), the two physicians currently serving in the U.S. Senate, have released a blistering study of President Barack Obama’s health care law, revealing disconcerting data on the effects the law will have on the cost of health insurance and health care services.
- Higher costs under new regulations are putting further pressure on recession-battered state budgets.
- Several states need to reconsider their obsolete certificate of need laws, which inhibit building of new hospitals.
- New questions emerge as agency takes heat for Avandia approval.
- Missouri voters showed their displeasure at the ballot box by voting 79-21 against Obama’s individual insurance mandate.
- Under Obamacare, IRS enforcement mechanisms will be applied to health care decisions at the individual and employer level.
- The raw milk movement has run afoul of government regulators, resulting in crackdowns in several states.
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