7 noticias de impacto esta semana

Estas son las 7 noticias más impactantes de la semana. ¿Estás de acuerdo? Si no es así­ comparte tu opinión en los comentarios: 1. Corte de la ONU ordena a Japón detener la caza de ballenas: En un histórico fallo, la Corte Internacional de Justicia de las Naciones Unidas dictaminó el lunes de esta semana que Japón ya no puede continuar su cacerí­a anual de ballenas, rechazando el argumento del paí­s en el sentido de que era con propósitos cientí­ficos. Los fines del …

¿Obamacare le da un triunfo ‘vital’ a Obama?

Contra todos los pronósticos, la ley de salud de la administración Obama, conocida como Obamacare, cerró su plazo de registro la medianoche del pasado lunes con más de siete millones de personas inscritas. Terminó como comenzó: con problemas en el sitio web que impidieron que miles de personas se incorporaron a los mercados de seguros médicos para evitar las futuras multas contempladas en el programa. En parte, claro, porque como sucede habitualmente con todo plazo que vence, los usuarios esperaron …

You May Know More About Obamacare Than You Think

Who’s best informed about Obamacare? Older Americans, a new Gallup poll shows, at least according to them. Some three of every four Americans 50 or older say they are familiar with the Affordable Care Act. That may not be too surprising, because the new health care law offers older adults who are not yet eligible for Medicare some important new benefits and protections. Before the ACA, for example, insurance companies could deny coverage or charge sky-high rates to older applicants, …

Comparing New Health Insurance Plans Made Easy

Call it HealthCare.gov lite. HealthSherpa, the new website’s real name, helps you sort through plans offered by the health insurance marketplace. You can’t actually purchase a plan on HealthSherpa, but as its name suggests, it can be a helpful guide. You simply answer a few key questions – your zip code, whether you smoke, what level of coverage you want – and boom, HealthSherpa delivers an important service that the website for the Affordable Care Act has infamously failed at. …

Obama Eases Rules on Canceled Health Plans

President Barack Obama will ease rules that were causing some people to lose their health insurance under the health care law, he announced Nov. 14. Obama had repeatedly promised that consumers who like their health insurance plans could keep them under the new system. But some people who buy their own insurance – as opposed to getting it through an employer – found their plans canceled by insurers in recent weeks because they didn’t meet the minimum standards the law …

Support for Obamacare Inches Upward

The Affordable Care Act has taken it on the chin recently, from its controversial role in the recent government shutdown to the website meltdown that came as the long-awaited health insurance marketplace opened on Oct. 1. Nonetheless, a new Gallup poll shows that public support for the law seems to be inching upward. Sign up for the AARP Health Newsletter. Obamacare still has its share of critics. The Gallup survey finds that 50 percent of Americans generally disapprove of the …