What are things that a person can and should do and what steps can and should a person take in order to prepare for the new Healthcare Law? Thank you.
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Oh no! Not again! Why was this transferred as a child custody question? My question has nothing to do with child custody at all, not one iota. This goes beyond asking if your experts got their degrees from a Cracker-Jack Box. Did your experts even go to school at all? Did they even go to 1st grade? I still want an answer. And if possible, you might also consider firing the idiot who thought this was a child custody question. Forgive me if I sound rude because I hate to be rude. But it's almost as if experts are sometimes even lazy or don't want to be disturbed, and they just transfer the question to whatever department. Remember. You all are getting paid, so if questions bother you all even if you get paid, then please quit. Read the entire chapter 13 in The Book of 1 Corinthians in The Bible. It says that charity is not easily offended. Charity is another word for love. Galatians chapter 5 also says that love is one of the fruits of The Holy Spirit. And I think it's chapter 5 or 8 in The Book of Romans that says if one doesn't have The Holy Spirit, then he/she doesn't belong to God. And of course, if one doesn't belong to God, he/she belongs to The Devil. Finally, 1 John 4:8 says that he that does not love does not know God, for God is love. Please take care of this. Thank you.
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Welcome and thank you for your question!Please clarify: are you an employer who is responsible for providing health insurance to employees?
No. I am a concerned citizen. Please disregard my statements to the moderator. My statements were NOT directed to you. I was angry at whoever transferred my question to the child custody department because child custody doesn't have anything to do with the question I asked. Thank you.
No problem. Do you currently have health insurance?
Thank you. Then there is nothing that you have to do. You will continue to have and use your insurance. For you, it will be business as usual.If you want to learn more about the law and how it will affect others who do not have insurance, then you can review the materials posted at: http://www.healthcare.gov/law/information-for-you/index.htmlIt has been my pleasure to assist you today with your information needs. It is my goal that you are satisfied. What are your options now?If you wish to continue this conversation, click on the Continue Conversation link. If you are satisfied that I have answered your question, then please rate the answer with a four or a five so that I receive credit for assisting you. Positive ratings are the only way I receive credit for assisting you today.IF you feel the need to click either "Helped a little" or "I expected more," then do not rate me (not yet, anyway!). Instead, reply to me using the REPLY or CONTINUE CONVERSATION button. Specify what additional information you need and I will be happy to continue further and do everything I can to provide you with the service you seek. Thanks, ~~ J.B.
Will there ever be long wait periods to see a doctor?
Will people still be able to see his/her own personal doctor?
Will there be any government intrusion whatsoever between doctors and patients?
Will any and all decisions, especially final decisions, be made by patients?
As is the case now, whether or not there is a wait for a doctor depends upon how many patients the doctor's office schedules. Some doctors overbook. Some don't. That won't change under the new law.Yes, people will continue to be able to see their own doctor. That won't change under the new law.There is no government interference between the doctor and patient. That won't change under the new law.Yes, patients still make their own decisions. That won't change under the new law.What are your options now?If you wish to continue this conversation, click on the Continue Conversation link. If you are satisfied that I have answered your question, then please rate the answer with a four or a five so that I receive credit for assisting you. Positive ratings are the only way I receive credit for assisting you today.IF you feel the need to click either "Helped a little" or "I expected more," then do not rate me (not yet, anyway!). Instead, reply to me using the REPLY or CONTINUE CONVERSATION button. Specify what additional information you need and I will be happy to continue further and do everything I can to provide you with the service you seek. Thanks, ~~ J.B
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