Sep 14, 2022 • 49M

Ep. 20 - Oh so long COVID and new religious objections to Obamacare

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This week on the FLATLINING Podcast, Ron and Matthew discuss long COVID and its potential effect on the US labor force and a new ruling on the Affordable Care Act. They answer these questions:

  • Will long COVID have an effect on the US workforce?

  • Should long COVID be classified as a disability?

  • Why is some preventative care free and who decides?

  • Can religious employers object to preventative care mandated under the Affordable Care Act?

  • How does the new ACA ruling affect other areas of healthcare?

  • Will the No Surprises Act cause more emergency room visits?

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Articles mentioned in this week’s program:

What are the Implications of Long COVID for Employment and Health Coverage? - The Kaiser Family Foundation

Many Preventive Medical Services Cost Patients Nothing. Will a Texas Court Decision Change That? - Kaiser Health News

Religion and Samuel Alito’s time bomb - Andrew Koppelman at The Hill

Little Sisters of the Poor Saints Peter and Paul Home v. Pennsylvania - SCOTUSblog

How State Surprise Billing Protections Increased ED Visits, 2007-2018: Potential Implications for the No Surprises Act - The American Journal of Medical Care