"People are virtually bombarded with information and misinformation, which is why we call the show Would The Real Obamacare Please Stand Up?," said Howard, a federally certified Affordable Care Specialist with USA Benefits Group and USA Benefits Exchange in Lenexa, Kan. "Radio is a fantastic way to reach people and explain the good, the bad and the ugly of Obamacare in a way that helps businesses make smart, strategic decisions about healthcare."
Each hour-long episode features Howard and his co-host, Alex Greenwood, discussing facts and fiction of Obamacare, often with guest experts. The show streams live at http://www.obamacarepleasestandup.com/
All episodes are recorded and archived on the Thinking Bigger Radio Network website and are also available for free download as a podcast on iTunes, so listeners may check out the show on demand to suit their schedule.
"As a business owner, I value Greg Howard's gift for explaining this complicated subject," said Greenwood, owner and principal of AlexanderG Public Relations in Kansas City, MO. "The information Greg and our guests share will be a tremendous boon to business owners and individuals with questions about Obamacare."
Known to many of his clients as "The Great Explainer," Howard answers questions in simple terms to clear up myths and confusing misinformation. He also peppers his show with editorial comments about the Affordable Care Act.
"I pull no punches about the troubled rollout of Obamacare, along with the subsequent issues that continually crop up in the news," he said. "But when you put that and politics aside, you have a tax law that really helps people by giving them access to quality healthcare."
Information in the show includes discussions of how the ACA can benefit individuals, families and employers. Howard will also discuss general insurance questions, identity theft protection and other vital issues.
"I'm here to help, and if this program can aid just one business or family in understanding the positive potential of the ACA, then it's worth it. I hope people will pop in their earbuds and listen or play it on their desktop computers every week."
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