And even though people are just statistics, the Obamacare planners still didn’t get it right.
Here’s a fun quote from a health-care industry consultant in November 2013 (emphasis added):
Some advocates argue that these narrow networks [with fewer doctors and hospitals in them] are a fine way to cut costs. They note that the majority of people expected to buy coverage on the exchanges are uninsured, and that even a narrow network is better than nothing. Continue reading “Cruel, dismissive Obamacare: People are just statistics”