The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been transformative for Washington state and its residents. The ACA’s broad ranging effects have benefitted Washington’s residents, health industry and the state on many levels.
Inslee & Kreidler respond to congressional Republicans to leave ACA alone
On December 9, 2016 Gov Jay Inslee and Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler sent a letter to U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy voicing their strong opposition to congressional efforts to repeal or roll back the Affordable Care Act, or to damage the Medicaid and Medicare programs.
Now's the time to get the most out of your Medicare. The best way to stay healthy is to live a healthy lifestyle. You can live a healthy lifestyle and prevent disease by exercising, eating well, keeping a healthy weight, and not smoking. Medicare can help.
WEA-Retired and RPEC (Retired Public Employees Council) are teaming up for the 2017 Legislative Lobby Day. The Legislative Lobby Day morning agenda will include hearing from elected official, getting a briefing on legislative issues from[...]
A very successful 2017 Senior Lobby Day was held on Thursday, February 23,2017 at United Churches, 110 11th Ave Se, Olympia, WA from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm with 320 attendees. The Agenda for the 2017 Senior Lobby Day included several well-known speakers on issues such as Healthcare, Budget, Revenue, Long
WHEN it comes to Washington’s aging population, time is not on our side. It’s a fact of life that as we age, most of us are going to need long-term care at some point. These services are not covered by Medicare and cost between $50,000 and $100,000 a year on average. http://www.seattletimes.com/opinion/put-long-term-care-within-reach/