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Connecting the Dots on Healthcare

ROBERT3033 Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 10:23 AM
More patients will wait in lower lines for more expensive care with fewer services and treatments, for more money, delivered by fewer doctors who will be paid less for their time and efforts. The elderly and others with chronic and acute illnesses requiring sustained and heroic treatments will be turned away as Medicaid and Medicare are robbed out of existence to pay for and preserve the BHO, ACA legacy. What could possibly go wrong?

By now, most people have concluded that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA, Obamacare) does not reduce the cost of healthcare for the majority of Americans, and certainly does not protect them. Healthcare costs - both insurance and out of pocket expenses - have more than doubled for many and will continue to increase. What is difficult and confusing to most of us is attempting to understand how this all fits together and why.  

Just a few months ago, the Obama administration had serious concerns regarding formation of state health insurance exchanges. This vital component of the...