To Keep Obamacare Viable, Insurers Are Restricting Access To Doctors

The Affordable Care Act, also called Obamacare, is an expansive effort to increase insurance availability for Americans. While designed to open up health insurance options, in a business sense it’s having an opposite effect. Many insurers are restricting access to doctors and cutting choices to the options available within small networks. These changes are a result of previously uninsured patients who have more intensive medical needs than anticipated.

To Keep Obamacare Viable, Insurers Are Restricting Access To Doctors

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