Implementation of President Obama’s signature health care law has been underway for months, and for some provisions even years, yet for many Americans, the news isn’t getting better with time. In selling the law, the president made promises he knew he could not keep, pledging to lower health care premiums and that Americans could keep their health care plans and trusted doctors.
The second open enrollment period for the president’s health care law begins in just four months, but the unresolved back end issues have left some who purchased plans in the first enrollment period still without coverage.
The Department of Health and Human Services is out with a new report today about costs and subsidies in the health care exchanges under the president’s health care law. So how does it compare to other analyses?
Over the past several months, Energy and Commerce Committee leaders have sent numerous letters to the Obama administration regarding concerns surrounding the implementation and effects of the health care law. Despite the administration’s assertions that the health care law is finished business, these important questions remain unanswered.