Christopher J. Conover: June 25, 2012


The Supreme Court will make a decision about Obamacare (The Affordable Care Act) any day now, but what will it mean?  Chris Conover is an American Enterprise Institute adjunct scholar who has written today’s most comprehensive book on the state of American Health care titled “American Health Economy Illustrated. The operative word here is comprehensive not the eight second sound bites we are used to being fed by the main stream media.

Nancy Polisi said,  “we have to pass the bill in order to find out what’s in it.”  Well since its passage the American public has been realizing that though there are some positives, there are also promises made that will not be kept.  National healthcare is of such importance that it demands bi-partisan and comprehensive considerations and participation.  We can only hope the Supreme Court gets it right and sends the legislation back to Congress to give them another chance to deliver national health care that is needed, affordable and beneficial for patients and doctors.

In our conversation with Chris Conover, We address questions like,

•  Is the Supreme Court swayed by the public’s outrage against Obamacare?
•  What will the decision mean for people already covered by insurance and people who aren’t?
•  How does the U.S. system really stack up to other countries (with or without the individual mandate)?
•  How much of Obamacare the Supreme Court could overturn?
•  What will be the effect on our premiums?
•  What happens to popular parts of the law like parents covering young adults on their policies until 26 and covering people with pre-existing conditions
•  How will seniors be affected
•  And the true state of health care in the U.S. after this big Supreme Court decision?

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