Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen

ThUntitled-111-685x300e Obama administration opposes bills to require officials to tell people if their personal data has been compromised through ObamaCare.

Medigap raises Medicare spending by 22 percent.

Humana: enrollment mix worse than expected; one reason: Obama proposed allowing insurers to keep selling plans that did not comply with the Affordable Care Act as political cover.

42 percent of chief financial officers who have shifted additional healthcare costs to workers cited the Affordable Care Act as their impetus.

Most uninsured U.S. adults have not yet visited the online health insurance exchanges.

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  1. Billy says:

    “The Obama administration opposes bills to require officials to tell people if their personal data has been compromised through ObamaCare.”

    Of course they would. It makes them look bad.

  2. Wilbur says:

    “Medigap raises Medicare spending by 22 percent”

    More money down the drain.

  3. Adam says:

    “42 percent of chief financial officers who have shifted additional healthcare costs to workers cited the Affordable Care Act as their impetus.”

    Some of it is undoubtedly a cover on the CFO’s part, but the share that is truly accountable to ACA would still have to be significant.

  4. Stewart T. says:

    “Most uninsured U.S. adults have not yet visited the online health insurance exchanges.”

    Likely because many of them can’t afford computers.

  5. Mark says:

    “Humana: enrollment mix worse than expected”

    Death Spiral! Yay!

  6. Matthew says:

    Obviously people are going to hold on to their previous existing plans as opposed to going to the exchange. Turns out people are trying to avoid the exchange at all costs.

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