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May 16, 2013
ObamaCare: You Can Win With the Facts
Dear Newsmax Health Reader
"We're concerned about implementation" — that's what Democratic congressional leader Steny Hoyer said about ObamaCare.
The Maryland congressman fiercely defended the healthcare law during the last election, but today he admits the rollout will have its issues.
He went on to say, "I think the Republicans will try to make as much hay of any glitches that may occur as they possibly can, but the election last year was essentially about the Affordable Care Act and [the Republicans'] desire to repeal it. … And Obama won a very handy election." But, no doubt about it, the ObamaCare rollout is going to be complicated. So how do you move through this process and come out ahead?
Well, it's important to have the facts.
That's where the ObamaCare Survival Guide can help.
The ObamaCare Survival Guide is already a No. 1 New York Times best-seller — remaining on the list for 16 straight weeks. Newsmax says it's "the best guide to the new law." Yale-educated Dr. Andrew Kadar of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center says of the author, Nick Tate: "Mr. Tate distills the details of this complex and comprehensive piece of legislation into bite-size and understandable elements."
And renowned cardiologist Dr. Chauncey Crandall also endorses the book, telling us, "The ObamaCare Survival Guide is a nonpartisan book. It simply lays out the facts about the law, including who the winners and losers are, and how the law will impact you, your family, and your business."
The ObamaCare Survival Guide reveals:
Changes to Medicare rules and coverage
Essential benefits on every insurance policy
Health Savings Account changes
The timeline for implementation
Your responsibilities and rights under the new law
The powerful tax credit program for some small businesses
How to maximize healthcare dollars, and much more...
The Affordable Care Act and What It Means For You and Your Healthcare
Are you prepared?
Whether or not you supported President Obama's Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is now irrelevant. ObamaCare is here. It's a reality and it will completely transform the healthcare system as we know it. In the process, ObamaCare will impact the life of each and every American including yours.
We've heard all of the questions. How will ObamaCare affect my taxes and how high will they go? What will happen the next time I visit my doctor? What will ObamaCare mean to my existing insurance? Will I be forced to buy more coverage? The list goes on.
The answers rest in the 2,700 pages of Obama's intricate and sweeping legislation.
Fortunately, you don't have to read it.
Nicholas J. Tate, an award-winning journalist who has written extensively about health and consumer affairs issues, tackled the painstaking task of reading the massive document word for word. He extracted all of the vital details every American must know and included them in his latest book, the ObamaCare Survival Guide. His book is a mere 208 pages.
And it's not dense with complex legal speak. It is written in a very easy-to-follow and easy-to-understand language. The ObamaCare Survival Guide is the first and best road map for you to understand the new law. Every American is affected by ObamaCare — making this book essential for you and your family. This book will likely be the most important book you read this year.