The Corner

Top Hospitals Opt Out of Obamacare?

U.S. News and World Report has more bad Obamacare — is there any other kind? — news: The nation’s top hospitals may not accept many Obamacare policies. From the story:

Americans who sign up for Obamacare will be getting a big surprise if they expect to access premium health care that may have been previously covered under their personal policies. Most of the top hospitals will accept insurance from just one or two companies operating under Obamacare.

Will President Obama call these institutions “bad apples“ as he has insurance companies that followed the “law of the land” — a.k.a. his “signature achievement” — and canceled millions of policies that people liked? Good grief.

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