The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
In its June report to Congress, MedPAC, the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, finally reported what hospitals and insurance companies have been saying for over a year now, that Obamacare is doing exactly what it was designed to do: kill off the poor.
Doctors and nurses at Greek public hospitals were on strike all day Friday to protest the reduction of spending for healthcare.
New reports on the crimes against humanity in Greece continue to come to the surface, especially concerning women and children.
Like the other Eurozone bailout countries, Cyprus is targeted for genocide, beginning with cuts in the country's health-care system. The Troika (as the overseers from the European Commission, ECB, and IMF are known) have issued orders for these cuts. This started with the government's cancelling long-delayed plans for setting up new regional ambulance stations.
May 5, 2013 (LPAC)—The current enforcer of cuts in Medicare, the Chief Actuary of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, made it official April 30, the day it was mandated by Federal Law, including Obamacare, to determine the per capita "savings" which must be enforced in Medicare spending by 2015: Medicare spending has already been cut so significantly that no new "savings" were to be or
The Ohio Department of Insurance announced, last Thursday, that, based on the rates submitted by insurers to date, the average individual-market health insurance premium in 2014 will come in at around $420, representing an increase of 88 percent relative to 2013, Forbes reports.
Since Obama took office, the number of people so poor that they qualify for Medicaid and the Chidren's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) — the two Federal medical safety nets for the impoverished — has risen 23%.
Lois Lerner, the head of the IRS's tax-exempt organizations division, made a bizarre invocation of her Fifth Amendment privilege not to testify against herself in Congress on Tuesday — after she had already given an opening statement denying any wrong-doing.
The head of the Portuguese Medical Association, Dr. José Manuel Silva, raised the alarm this week that the repeated cuts in the budget for Portugal's National Health System are now beginning to threaten lives.
Tuesday, April 30, was the day by which the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) was to have made its determination on whether cuts to Medicare will be needed in the coming year to sufficiently increase the death rate, or as the T-4 accountants say, to meet projected budget targets.