Minda Wilson Founder at Affordable Healthcare Review believes the Affordable Care Act (ACA) comes from good intent, but is a big mess when it comes to implementation.
Whether you are a fan of Obamacare or not, the news this week about CGI and it’s failed attempt to build a usable website and platform for the federal ACA rollout has proved that implementation of the new law will not be as smooth as anyone would hope.
Add to that a very confused public and private sector over just how the ACA will affect everyone and you have a pretty big mess.
I got a chance to speak to an Obamacare expert Minda Wilson who is the founder of the Affordable Healthcare Review.
This educational organization was founded to provide individuals and businesses with information about how the Affordable Care Act will impact their lives. The goal is to allow corporations as well as individuals to make informed choices about their healthcare options.
Minda believes that Obamacare’s Healthcare Mandate which effect this New Year, will have many issues and no one is prepared! Minda does believe there is hope. “Together we can work to make healthcare truly affordable.”
Minda states that whether individual or employer, there’s a great deal of confusion and a number of unanswered questions:
- What do you have to do to comply?
- How much will it cost?
- How do you ensure you are part of the affordable healthcare solution?
- What’s the best way to work your way through the maze?
That’s why Minda Wilson founded the Affordable Healthcare Review, whose mission is to educate Americans by presenting an unbiased consumer-based, balanced point of view. It provides this information without cost.
An attorney by training, Wilson was the owner of a healthcare business when the legislation passed.
“I wanted to do what was best for my customers and my employees. I needed to know what to do to comply with regulations imposed under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
There was a lot of speculation, but no one had answers. What answers people did provide seemed to be self-serving.
I began to read the regulations and do research. I read the PPACA cover to cover. What I found was that the unintended consequences of the PPACA could be devastating to my business, to my family, to the people in my community and to the average American.
It was entirely possible that people could be stripped of their ability to provide healthcare for themselves and their family. At first, I was frightened. Then I became angry.
When all was said and done I realized that sometimes you can’t let things go. Sometimes you have to speak up and sound the alarm. And, even more importantly, you have to be part of the solution. If the solution does not exist you have to create one,” she recalls.
Then she formed the Affordable Healthcare Review.
The Affordable Healthcare Review
Minda Wilson founded the Affordable Healthcare Review to educate Americans by presenting unbiased consumer-based, balanced information without cost.
Individuals need to know that:
- They can be taxed on the health benefits they receive from their employer.
- Their healthcare costs are expected to dramatically rise over the next five years.
- There are no limits on what insurance companies can charge for benefits.
- Benefits provided through the exchanges are not free.
- Since reimbursements are being cut to doctors as much as 20 percent, the time patients will get to spend with their doctor will significantly be reduced.
Any individual, family member or business owner can join. Help protect your interests and your income by learning to become your own Affordable Healthcare Advocate.
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