ObamaCare’s Narrow Networks, and Who To Blame When “There Is No Alternative”

Most coverage of ObamaCare lately has focused solely on increased enrollment numbers; as we know, this is a deceptive metric, and is probably due, at least in part, to an economy no longer in the depths of depresssion. However, the mere fact of enrollment tells us nothing — any more than a ticket to a movie means the movie ends happily — and so in this post I want to focus on “narrow networks,” since it seems a common-sense notion that your doctor (whether you could “keep” them, or not) and your hospital are key determinants in your quality of care, especially if you require a specialist, and narrow networks limit both, as Modern HealthCare describes:

-Naked Capitalism

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