Who Wins, Who Loses With Senate Health Care Bill — CHART

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The recent rally in hospital and HMO stocks means the Senate Republicans' health-care bill will not pass, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Friday.

"But there are going to be lots of opportunities for Mitch McConnell next week, when this bill's on the floor, to make deals, to make amendments and to try to give senators things that they want to get their votes", says Zwillich. "Poorer and working-class Americans will eventually face more costly health insurance that may provide them with fewer benefits", he explained. That's two-thirds of the entire GOP Senate caucus.

The passage of the BCRA will guarantee that will take place, and people will die because of it. The so-called individual mandate - aimed at keeping insurance markets solvent by prompting younger, healthier people to buy policies - has always been one of the GOP's favorite targets. The new Bill won't change the Obamacare as drastically as the House legislation passed in May, but demands significant cuts that would likely benefit the uninsured. The House bill disregards the health care needs of low-income people.

House bill: Subsidies would end in 2020.

ACA: Tax credits primarily based on income, age and geography to help low- and moderate-income people buy coverage via marketplaces.

The bill would cut and redesign the Medicaid program for low-income and disabled people.

AHIP isn't taking a formal position on the bill, and the group said measures to shore up the individual health insurance market are largely positive. "You need to reach a consensus or the ACA will stay in place".

The House version of the health care bill tries to discourage healthy people from fleeing the market by allowing insurance companies to charge a premium for those who don't maintain continuous coverage. If so, he might be waiting until the last minute to introduce the continuous-coverage language, so Democrats have less time to raise the issue with the Senate parliamentarian. For 2018, that would be $6,650 for individuals and $13,300 for families. "There is no doubt: the Senate bill will hurt West Virginia families and leave many more of us uninsured".

Senate bill: Creates fund for high-risk pools at $112 billion over 10 years. The new legislation would eliminate federal funding for Planned Parenthood, a non-profit health organisation that Trump's administration has targeted for cuts because it provides abortion services. It was the building block for the Senate legislation unveiled Thursday. The draft appears to seek to reduce the impact on Americans who stood to lose the most under the House version. Medicaid now pays a set level for medical costs but has no total funding limits.

Bob Casey made an appearance at the state Capitol to join state officials in condemning the latest healthcare bill. In states that do expand by deadline, federal government would pay a smaller part of cost. States that expanded Medicaid, including OH, would get more power to decide how to shape their programs, but that could mean coming up with more of their own money. Obamacare is a step on the path towards universal health care.

States will be allowed to seek waivers from certain Obamacare requirements. The only option for those falling off the Medicaid rolls would be skimpy insurance plans they could rarely if ever use.

Heller faces a hard re-election fight next year.