The news continues to get worse for patients on Obamacare.
While some claim Obamacare’s withering markets are stabilizing, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released new analysis today showing that fewer health insurers are applying to participate in Obamacare’s exchanges next year.
Yesterday, Nevada became the latest state to have a long list of barren counties – 14 in total.
Nineteen of the original 23 Obamacare CO-OPs have failed at a total cost to taxpayers of more than $2 billion, and left vulnerable patients with fewer places to turn for help.
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