"Consumer advocates fear that the health care law could worsen some of the very problems it was meant to solve — by reducing competition, driving up costs and creating incentives for doctors and hospitals to stint on care, in order to retain their cost-saving bonuses."
Nawwww . . . . Reeeally?
Didn’t consumer advocates tell us back when that Obamacare would increase competition, reduce costs and increase access to health care?
Didn’t 60% of the American public - including InsureBlog - doubt those things would happen?
And didn’t the advocates respond that we were naysayers, sadly misinformed, immoral, and didn’t know what was good for us?
Gotta hand it to those advocates, they have principles.
And if their principles don’t work - - well, they have others.