Mitch McConnell was elected to represent us so why is he sneaking around the state going to For Profit Hospitals to speak to select staff behind closed doors to take away our affordable healthcare benefits?
In 2011, 538,544 Kentuckians on Medicare received free preventive services such as mammograms and colonoscopies or a free annual wellness visit with their doctor.
In 2012, 263,870 people with Medicare received free preventive services.
732,000 Kentuckians with private health insurance gained preventive service coverage with no cost-sharing.
249,275 Kentucky residents with private insurance coverage benefit from $15,326,103 in rebates averaging $114 from insurance companies this summer.
Your choice of doctors will be protected; members in new plans can pick any participating primary care provider.
Insurers can’t require prior authorization before a woman sees an ob-gyn, and ensures access to emergency care.
Small business will receive tax credits.
The Medicare Part D donut hole will be closed.
The Act supports health coverage for early retirees.