Watch This: Making ends meet – The Medicare generation

This ten minute documentary produced by the Kaiser Family Foundation profiles the experiences of three Medicare families struggling to keep up with health care costs and other necessary household expenses on a fixed budget.  According to the Census Bureau, 13.5… Read more [More...]

Keeping score: Most federal courts are upholding health care law

Legal challenges to national health care reform have proliferated since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) became law in March 2010.  There have been 26 federal lawsuits filed seeking to overturn the legislation, most of them challenging the constitutionality of the… Read more [More...]

What's Happening to Medicare? Facts for older Oklahomans

Sweeping changes to the nation’s health care system were enacted in recent years and talk of even more changes continues to reverberate in debates over the federal budget.  Central to the discussion and always a lightning rod in health care… Read more [More...]

Health Care Reform (5): Shifting more long-term care away from institutions

This is the fifth in an ongoing series of posts examining the new federal health care reform law. Our previous posts have explored the “cliff effect”; the  impact on state budgets; the Temporary High Risk Pool; and tax credits for… Read more [More...]