Skip to comments.Health Premiums Skyrocketing Under Obamacare
Posted on 04/08/2014 7:40:53 AM PDT by rktman
The United States has seen the sharpest increase in health insurance premiums in the last year than possibly ever, a new survey has found, and analysts have concluded the "increases are largely due to changes under the Affordable Care Act."
According to Forbes Magazine, a quarterly survey by investment bank Morgan Stanley of 148 brokers who sell insurance showed that premiums accelerated in the last quarter more than of any of the 12 prior quarterly periods, a peak which has coincided with the run-up to the Obamacare deadline.
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Up two hundred-fifty bucks a month for ol’ Jack.
It’s just pResident Cloward-Piven overwhelming the system. Again.
Insurance just went up 20%, announced today! Hope and Change.
You know what no one seems to be talking about that much? The premiums is one thing, but I’ve spoken to many Doctors and heard even more stories....
None of them will accept the new insurance. They don’t want to have anything to do with it. So those with Obamacare will be stuck looking for Doctors or going to lower end clinics that take it and waiting forever.
It’s like the Dems would rather lose the war than admit to the mistake! This is a bad, bad law... and it should be scrapped.
Republican, Libertarian, Conservative, Dem.... it’s not about politics. From a business standpoint, this is a loser! Why can’t they see it????
Because the ends justify the means ..
Exactly. Get people complaining, and believe me, going back to the way things were will not be an option.
We saved a ton!
We no longer have health insurance.
Health care is no more expensive. In fact, with more people paying out of pocket, it may get cheaper. :-P
- The number of Americans who were enrolled in Medicaid at any time during fiscal 2013 exceeded the entire population of the United Kingdom, according to new data published by the federal governments Medicaid and CHIP Payment Access Commission (MACPAC).
Were Medicaid a nation instead of a U.S. entitlement program it would be the 20th most populous country on earth
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