Four research hospitals in Chicago will be excluded from the network of providers covered by the insurers selling on the Illinois marketplace in 2017, adding to a list of problems for Obamacare customers in the state as premiums spike and plans shrink their networks. (screenshot)
Many doctors and hospitals are choosing not to accept patients with Obamacare. Patients are wondering whether it is worth paying for coverage that is difficult to use and which leaves them with unexpected out-of-pocket costs. To learn more about this check out the latest from U.S. News: http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2015/11/04/doctors-hospitals-wont-accept-obamacare-marketplace-plans?page=2
Dozens of times (that we know of) over his campaign to pass ObamaCare and to win re-election, President Obama lied to the American people about being able to keep the health insurance they like. But that lie has only been replaced with another: the lie that these cancellations will be limited to the 5% of Americans in the individual marketplace -- when the truth is that these cancellations have only just begun.
ObamaCare was suppose to lower family premiums by $2,500 a year, but In all, since Obama was campaigning in 2008, premiums have risen by $4,865. Coverage for many families is worse because deductibles have also risen dramatically. NaturalNews.com Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/051467_Obamacare_premiums_fact_checking.html#ixzz3o36nPPgM