Can you imagine being forced out of an insurance plan that covered your sick child’s visit to the best hospital into a more expensive plan that doesn’t?
Gaining access to health insurance doesn’t mean much if the hospital and doctor you need won’t take it. Narrower networks under Obamacare exclude the best caregivers, in this case, Seattle’s Children’s Hospital. But this is not an unintended consequence of the law, rationing is the purpose of the law.
According to one insurance executive, “We have to break away from the choice habit that everyone has.” Got that? Your ability to choose your own doctor is a bad habit that government will help you break. Thanks for nothing.
"We do not know when the federal government will be able to share your application with us." This is the message that two disabled veterans get when they try desperately to replace the health insurance for their three-year-old child that was cancelled by Obamacare. Stop and think about the incompetence and indifference of the bureaucrats who implement Obamacare and whether you want to go through this heartache when your child needs to see a doctor.
Since 2010, much of the conversation for small business owners regarding Obamacare has been about how healthcare reform will or will not apply to their business. During this time, great efforts have been put forth to assist business owners, both small and large, to understand the applicability, and if necessary, […]
Small group plans are on the chopping block next as this letter shows. Once the employer mandate is finally enforced (after the next election of course), tens of millions more will lose their coverage, their doctors, and their hospitals as they are forced into government insurance.