I really don't understand why all the fuss. I guess it's just political bickering. We don't know what Obamacare will bring until is tested for a while. Can anyone explain why we don't like it? Why we shouldn't have it? As far as I know it's a good thing. What is bad about people without health insurance to have one at a price the can effort? Can anyone explain to me how Obamacare is going to be bad?
Sep 22, '13
by herring_RN Guide
Employer health insurance premiums are increasing slower in recent years compared to the previous decade according to a survey commissioned by the American Hospital Association: Employer Health Coverage Premiums Rise Slowly Again This Year - WSJ.com
Newer article on the topic: Study shows slower rise in job-based health costs
This one is speculation: Premium Increases Under Obamacare May Be Overstated - Bloomberg
I don't think health insurance companies activities contribute enough to justify the profits and excessive executive compensation.
It would be fine except peoples very lives are dependent in our country.
Like nurses and other healthcare workers I think there must be a Code iof Ethics" for health insurance companies.
Much as I do not like Obamacare it does regulate health insurance companies.
I agree with the signers of the Declaration of Independence, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal..."
Last edit by herring_RN on Sep 22, '13