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Old 05-25-2013, 10:37 AM
 
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Real world examples of Obamacare Part Deux - (Filed Under "We Told Ya So" Part Deux):

Insurers limit doctors, hospitals in state-run exchange plans

"Trying to determine whether these rates are low or high without knowing the provider networks is like trying to tell the value of a car when you can only see the tires you don't know if you are looking at a Ferrari or a Yugo," said Bruce Jugan, an insurance agent in Montebello and president of Benefitscafe.com, which sells health insurance to individuals and businesses.


Thank God Unions are starting to jump on the "repeal" bandwagon!!!
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Old 05-25-2013, 12:11 PM
 
Location: texas
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Real world examples of Obamacare Part Deux - (Filed Under "We Told Ya So" Part Deux):

Insurers limit doctors, hospitals in state-run exchange plans

"Trying to determine whether these rates are low or high without knowing the provider networks is like trying to tell the value of a car when you can only see the tires — you don't know if you are looking at a Ferrari or a Yugo," said Bruce Jugan, an insurance agent in Montebello and president of Benefitscafe.com, which sells health insurance to individuals and businesses.


Thank God Unions are starting to jump on the "repeal" bandwagon!!!
You do understand what a state-run medical exchange is...don't you???

It's for those that cant afford health insurance through an employer or out of pocket.

Even HMO's and PPO's limit plan doctors, pharmacies, and hospitals and procedures.

Have you ever had medical insurance???
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Old 05-25-2013, 12:22 PM
 
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You do understand what a state-run medical exchange is...don't you???

It's for those that cant afford health insurance through an employer or out of pocket.

Even HMO's and PPO's limit plan doctors, pharmacies, and hospitals and procedures.

Have you ever had medical insurance???

But the "Affordable Care Act" says it is affordable.
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