The White House says that Obama Care is all fixed, but its conduct suggests otherwise.
The workforce is changing as businesses become global and technology erodes geographical and physical barriers.
Old networks were tiered with different costs for different doctors; now it’s often the narrow network or nothing.
These disruptions extend to medication and restricted lists of covered drugs.
The only cost-control tool at their disposal was to shrink to narrow low-reimbursement networks that exclude specialists, academic medical centers and childrens hospitals, much like Medicaid.
Patients forced into Obamacaid may not realize today that their access to care has been severely limited.