Monday, May 18, 2015

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The progressives assured us it was a major step forward, levelling the playing field, making health care more affordable.

Some people here at UNSF contested those assertions, saying this was a windfall for insurers, TPAs, and other financial vectors (including the health care providers themselves -- i.e. MDs, RNs, hospitals, etc).

Perhaps the progressives were correct, and the real improvements are hiding, waiting for their moment to shine.  Meanwhile, we get this.

This interim development sure makes UNSF look prescient.  Thus, there must be some lurking benefits waiting for something like October 2016 to reveal themselves.

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