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America is once again facing questions of health care policy and law. Who could blame him?

To counteract that narrative, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released its own analysis of the Cruz amendment on Wednesday.

Another idea being floated is opening up traditional Medicaid funding to subsidize the out-of-pocket costs. But the movement to torpedo the BCRA wasn't exclusively comprised of bitter liberals.

Tell your senators to do what's right and vote no on the health care bill if it does come up for a vote.

The new draft bill will not include any changes from current law to the net investment income tax, the additional Medicare Health Insurance (HI) Tax, or the remuneration tax on executive compensation for certain health insurance executives. This increased their expenses and limited the amount of doctors entering the pool which reduced the quantity. Sixty percent of adults with Medicaid coverage are already working. With cash, the cost went down to about $1,000. This mandate, in large part, is delivered via private-sector companies. The goal is winning the support of wavering moderate Republicans who will make or break the legislation. CBO expects Medicaid enrollment to decline by 10 million people in 2021 and 15 million in 2026. Given CBO's latest score, Senate Republicans could spend as much as $300 billion more to create better opportunities for affordable coverage in the private market while transitioning to more prudent financing for the Medicaid program.

GOP leaders in Congress say repealing the ACA is necessary because premiums are rising on the health insurance exchanges, and they want to curb federal spending on costly health insurance programs.

It would do nothing to address the fact that millions of lower-income marketplace consumers in non-expansion states (like North Carolina) would see their deductibles jump many thousands of dollars under the Senate bill.

Thanks to improved access to preventive and primary care, over 75 percent of Amida Care's HIV-positive members have viral loads that are undetectable, meaning that they are healthier and require significantly less costly care. But our work has only begun.

The revised BCRA would increase premiums in the short term and decrease them in the longer term. The legislative proposal that emerged from the Senate had elements of repeal, elements of tax reform and elements of Medicaid restructuring, all in one bill. Without Medicaid, many of these patients would be unable to get the care they need to survive and recover from their addiction. They know the older you get, the more health issues you have to deal with.