some were forced off their insurance policy they liked and some were forced to find new doctors and not keep those they liked due to Obamacare
So it is okay that some were forced off their insurance policy they liked and some were forced to…
Louis Weeks
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I said “most” because I don’t have 100% surity that there are not those who legitimately had to switch to a different insurance plan in some way because of the ACA. But, since you are making the claim, care to clear up the uncertainty? Who actually had to switch to a different doctor because of the ACA, compared to the number of people who had to switch doctors because of health plan changes in previous years?

Just from personal experience, I have had to change doctors because my doctor chose to leave the insurance network of the plan I was on, but that happened in 1999 if I remember correctly, so it is a bit hard to blame that on the ACA. It does happen, but rarely. Most doctors accept insurance from anywhere, and are “in-network” in multiple different major insurance providers. But, of course, that isn’t all.

So, again, if you have any actual data backing up your righteous anger, please share it.

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