Friday, December 18, 2015

Management Position - No Experience Necessary

If you want to serve on the Board of Directors for an Obamacare Co-op, go ahead and reply. No experience is necessary.

In fact, Obamacare rules PROHIBIT anyone from serving that does have health insurance experience.
From its inception, the Obamacare co-op program was originally pitched by the Obama administration to appeal to the liberal love affair with non-profit groups.
Eight of the 15 federal co-op advisory board members that set the final co-op rules came from non-profits. Four others came from academia and two from government.
Also reflecting the anti-business nature of the health law, federal regulators prohibit the hiring of any co-op board member if they had past experience with commercial insurance companies.
To date, 13 of the 24 health insurance co-ops have now defaulted, costing the federal government at least $1.2 billion.  - Daily Caller
In other words, if you have ACTUAL EXPERIENCE in commercial health insurance, your assistance isn't needed.

I suppose if one can become president of the United States without having any real world management experience you can also run a health insurance co-op (into the ground) without any real experience.

How well is that working?

#Obamacare #Co-op  #ObamacareFail

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