(Bloomberg) The latest bad news from ObamaCare comes to California–a state in which the Obama Administration has consistently pointed to as an important indicator of the federal takeover of 1/6 of the American economy as a success.
President Obama in June was in California claiming that his legislative achievement was already ‘pushing down costs’ for Consumers, unfortunately actuary analyses have recently revealed that because of ObamaCare individual health care premiums are headed anywhere but down in California.
The Los Angeles Times reported on Saturday, “Insurers in California’s new health insurance exchange are–limiting choices, raising concerns that patients will struggle to get care.”
The doctor can’t see you now.
Consumers may hear that a lot more often after getting health insurance under President Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
To hold down premiums, major insurers in California have sharply limited the number of doctors and hospitals available to patients in the state’s new health insurance market opening on the 01 October.
On the 22 July, I wrote here that Anthem Blue Cross has joined a growing list of other health insurance companies that will not participate in California’s small business and individual ObamaCare/Covered California Exchange.Tweet