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Pg 769 3-5 Nurse Home Visit Services - "increasing birth intervals between pregnancies." Government Abortions anyone?
Pg 769 11-14 Nurse Home Visit Services include-economic self-sufficiency, employment advancement, school-readiness.
4 SEC. 1713. OPTIONAL COVERAGE OF NURSE HOME VISITA5
6 (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 1905 of the Social Secu7
rity Act (42 U.S.C. 1396d), as amended by sections
8 1701(a)(2) and 1711(a), is amended—
9 (1) in subsection (a)—
10 (A) in paragraph (27), by striking ‘‘and’’
11 at the end;
12 (B) by redesignating paragraph (28) as
13 paragraph (29); and
14 (C) by inserting after paragraph (27) the
15 following new paragraph:
16 ‘‘(28) nurse home visitation services (as defined
17 in subsection (aa)); and’’; and.
18 (2) by adding at the end the following new sub
20 ‘‘(aa) The term ‘nurse home visitation services’
21 means home visits by trained nurses to families with a
22 first-time pregnant woman, or a child (under 2 years of
23 age), who is eligible for medical assistance under this title,
24 but only, to the extent determined by the Secretary based
1 upon evidence, that such services are effective in one or
2 more of the following:
3 ‘‘(1) Improving maternal or child health and
4 pregnancy outcomes or increasing birth intervals be
5 tween pregnancies.
6 ‘‘(2) Reducing the incidence of child abuse, ne
7 glect, and injury, improving family stability (includ
8 ing reduction in the incidence of intimate partner vi
9 olence), or reducing maternal and child involvement
10 in the criminal justice system.
11 ‘‘(3) Increasing economic self-sufficiency, em
12 ployment advancement, school-readiness, and edu
13 cational achievement, or reducing dependence on
14 public assistance.’’.
PG 195 Officers & employees of HealthCare Administration (Government) will have access to ALL Americans financial/personal records.
‘‘(21) DISCLOSURE OF RETURN INFORMATION TO CARRY OUT HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE SUBSIDIES.—
(A) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary, upon written request from the Health Choices Commissioner or the head of a State-based health insurance exchange approved for operation under section 208 of the America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009, shall disclose to officers and employees of the Health Choices Administration or such State-based health insurance exchange, as the case may be, return information of any taxpayer whose income is relevant in determining any affordability credit described in subtitle C of title II of the America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009. Such return information shall be limited to—
(i) taxpayer identity information with respect to such taxpayer,
(ii) the filing status of such taxpayer,
(iii) the modified adjusted gross income of such taxpayer (as defined in sec16
(iv) the number of dependents of the taxpayer,
(v) such other information as is prescribed by the Secretary by regulation as might indicate whether the taxpayer is eligible for such affordability credits (and the amount thereof), and
(vi) the taxable year with respect to which the preceding information relates or, if applicable, the fact that such information is not available.
(B) RESTRICTION ON USE OF DISCLOSED INFORMATION.—Return information disclosed under subparagraph (A) may be used by officers and employees of the Health Choices Administration or such State-based health insurance exchange, as the case may be, only for the purposes of, and to the extent necessary in, establishing and verifying the appropriate amount of any affordability credit described in subtitle C of title II of the America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 and providing for the repayment of any such credit which was in excess of such appropriate amount.’’.
PG 238-249 Line 1121 Doctors-Government mandates your growth, costs, value, services, & income. Peeps- Welcome to rationing
PG 199 Line 1-4 Surtax rates on raised AGAIN on Americans in 2012.
(c) ADJUSTMENTS BASED ON FEDERAL HEALTH REFORM SAVINGS.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in paragraph (2), in the case of any taxable year beginning after December 31, 2012, subsection (a) shall be applied—
(A) by substituting ‘2 percent’ for ‘1 percent’, and
(B) by substituting ‘3 percent’ for ‘1.5 percent’.
(2) ADJUSTMENTS BASED ON EXCESS FEDERAL HEALTH REFORM SAVINGS.—
(A) EXCEPTION IF FEDERAL HEALTH REFORM SAVINGS SIGNIFICANTLY EXCEEDS BASE AMOUNT.—If the excess Federal health reform
savings is more than $150,000,000,000 but not more than $175,000,000,000, paragraph (1) shall not apply.
(B) FURTHER ADJUSTMENT FOR ADDITIONAL FEDERAL HEALTH REFORM SAVINGS.—
If the excess Federal health reform savings is more than $175,000,000,000, paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsection (a) (and paragraph (1) of this subsection) shall not apply to any taxable year beginning after December 31, 2012.
reply to post by redhatty
PG 58 Government will have real-time access to individuals’ finances & a National ID HealthCare Card will be issued
PG 201 Line 12-19 Government will ignore whatever costs they see fit to show savings. (Cooking the books)
(5) REDUCTIONS IN FEDERAL EXPENDITURES DETERMINED WITHOUT REGARD TO PROGRAM INVESTMENTS.—For purposes of paragraphs (3) and (4), reductions in Federal expenditures shall be determined without regard to section 1121 of the America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 and other program investments under division B thereof.
Pg 768 Section 1713 Government - Nurse Home Visitation Services (Hello union paybacks)
PG 236 Line 22-25 PG 237 Line 1-3 National rate of uninsured defined by Census. Can you say ACORN corruption?
(B) NATIONAL RATE OF UNINSURANCE DEFINED.—The term ‘‘national rate of uninsurance’’ means, for a year, such rate for the under-65 population for the year as determined and published by the Bureau of the Census in its Current Population Survey in or about September of the succeeding year.
PG 239 Line 10-12 Medicare DSH payments will be increased. Can you say even higher taxes for all?
(ii) the reference in subparagraph (B)(ii)(I) to ‘April 1, 1996’ shall be treated as a reference to ‘January 1, 2009 (or, if later, the first day of the fifth year before the year involved)’.’’.
PG 253 Line 10-18 Government sets value of Dr’s time, prof judg, etc. Literally value of humans. We’re next.
(L) VALIDATING RELATIVE VALUE UNITS.—
(i) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall establish a process to validate relative value units under the fee schedule under subsection (b).
(ii) COMPONENTS AND ELEMENTS OF WORK.—The process described in clause (i) may include validation of work elements (such as time, mental effort and professional judgment, technical skill and physical effort, and stress due to risk) involved with furnishing a service and may include validation of the pre, post, and intra-service components of work.
SEC. 1122. MISVALUED CODES UNDER THE PHYSICIAN FEE SCHEDULE.
(a) IN GENERAL.—Section 1848(c)(2) of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 1395w–4(c)(2)) is amended by adding at the end the following new subparagraphs:
(K) POTENTIALLY MISVALUED CODES.—
(i) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary shall—
(I) periodically identify services as being potentially misvalued using criteria specified in clause (ii); and
(II) review and make appropriate adjustments to the relative values established under this paragraph for services identified as being potentially misvalued under subclause (I).
(ii) IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIALLY MISVALUED CODES.—For purposes of identifying potentially misvalued services pursuant to clause (i)(I), the Secretary shall examine (as the Secretary determines to be appropriate) codes (and families of codes as appropriate) for which there has been the fastest growth; codes (and families of codes as appropriate) that have experienced substantial changes in practice expenses; codes for new technologies or services within an appropriate period (such as three years) after the relative values are initially established for such codes; multiple codes that are frequently billed in conjunction with furnishing a single service; codes with low relative values, particularly those that are often billed multiple times for a single treatment; codes which have not been subject to review since the implementation of the RBRVS (the so called ‘Harvard-valued codes’); and such other codes determined to be appropriate by the Secretary.
Pg 765 Section 1711 Government will require Preventative Services including vaccines. (Choice?)
1 Subtitle B—Prevention
2 SEC. 1711. REQUIRED COVERAGE OF PREVENTIVE SERV
14 ‘‘(z) PREVENTIVE SERVICES.—The preventive serv
15 ices described in this subsection are services not otherwise
16 described in subsection (a) or (r) that the Secretary deter
17 mines are—
18 ‘‘(1)(A) recommended with a grade of A or B
19 by the Task Force for Clinical Preventive Services;
21 ‘‘(B) vaccines recommended for use as appro
22 priate by the Director of the Centers for Disease
23 Control and Prevention; and
Originally posted by julzz
I am new to the site so forgive me if I fall off topic. I was hoping for a health care bill that would help people like me.
A year ago in march i became ill - my intestines completely stopped working and I was in the hospital for 7 and 1/2 weeks and am just now recovering. I had blue cross/blue shield and believe it or not with a small amount of arguing they covered it, i was working so i was covered by mine and my husbands insurance. During the time i was in the hospital i got call almost daily from where i work wondering when i was coming back, they needed me.
I was a good worker, didn't miss work and did my work and the the work of the elderly men that worked there (in there 70's) this is a family run company, not corporate and never in the 75 years of being in business had any one been fired.
I got home from the hospital asked for a few more days off (with a doc note) and if i could work some half days till i recovered.
I did not get a call back, so i called again and was told I was laid off. so now i have med bills i can't cover, it was a furniture store and i had just put a washer.dryer on acct, and my husbands insurance went up 800.00. so no that i have cancelled my insurance (figured i could save the 800.00 for the next hospital stay) I am without insurance and was hoping (blindly of course that this bill would help) I have never been on state aid and am really nervous about what will happen to me. this issue that i have is not gonna go away, i was told it will come back.
so i have two issues i feel it was pretty crappy that my employer would do that, especially when i did not deserve it - i am only forty and they have 7 employees and 4 of them are over 70 and can't - simpll can't do the work that i could and can again. and i feel reaaly burned by the insurance companies that they raised my rates 800.00 which has me make a decision keep my house or pay for insurance - what is the little guy to do????