Obamacare requires States to set up federal command and control centers over health insurance and medical care. These centers are called "American Health Benefit Exchanges" or "Health Insurance Exchanges" for short. The data infrastructure will monitor citizen compliance with the unconstitutional mandate to purchase health insurance. The first set of federal exchange regulations include the word "require" 811 times. The Minnesota legislature said "no" to the Exchange, but Governor Dayton is using more than $5 million from the federal government to build it.
Health Care Reform - Obamacare
On April 27th, folk gathered on the MN Capitol Grounds to rally in support of the taxpayer. CCHF President, Twila Brase, was one of those who spoke in addition to Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Radio Show Host Jason Lewis, and noted fiscal libertarion Grover Norquist among others.
Personal Data Required to Apply for Obamacare in ACA Exchanges
Exchange Coverage Application Form – Single Adult, Not Offered Employer Coverage
Will Obamacare Exchanges be ready? We hope not. The headline from an Exchange industry news article says, "Will HHS Stall Start of Federal Exchanges? Observers Say 'Yes,' 'No,' 'Wait Till Oct. 1" (5/2/13). There are 33 states that have refused to build (fund) a "state exchange," forcing the feds to build a "federal exchange" for them. That said, every state exchange is a federal exchange under federal control.
(St. Paul/Minneapolis) Today, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton released his list of seven appointees to the MNsure health insurance exchange governance board. Twila Brase, president and co-founder of Citizens' Council for Health Freedom provides the following statement in response:
Nebraska, which originally refused to create a state health insurance Exchange, is moving to create a state commission to oversee and make recommendations to the federal government regarding the creation of a federally-facilitated Exchange for Nebraska.
Obama's sales pitch is coming - and you're paying for it. The Obama administration has inked an
Capital Asset Summary for the Dept. of Health and Human Services for the IT Data management and data warehouse information system that will function as " the perpetual central repository for capturing, aggregating, and analyzing information on health insurance coverage... The data warehouse is formally known as Multidimensional Insurance Data Analytics System (MIDAS) and is built on industry leading analytics, data warehousing and business intelligence (BI) technologies."
The January 2013 draft of the full application form for insurance through the HIX is 21 pages long but this condensed format is a chart that will show what questions are asked and what information an individual is required to provide. See HIX Draft Application for Insurance - Complete to see the full form.
This is the January 2013 draft of the Health Insurance Exchange application - 21 pages of questions in its full form.