Universal Health Care Failed in Hawaii, bankrupting Tenn. & Mass., Insurance Exchange FAILED in California

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Universal Health Care in Hawaii  for children only, failed in 7 months.

Universal Health Care in Tennessee has bled the state dry and still cannot cover everyone and in a timely manner

Universal Health Care in Mass. is bleeding the state dry, long wait times AND hospitals are suing the state for NON PAYMENT For services or UNDERPAYING for services

Insurance exchange was offered in California: From 1993 to 2006, small businesses in California could buy health insurance through an exchange run initially by the government, and later by a nonprofit group.

The plan was undermined when some businesses with relatively healthy workers bought policies more cheaply directly from insurers, bypassing the exchange. That left the exchange with a shrinking pool of less-healthy workers, forcing rates higher and prompting many insurers to withdraw. Managers chose to shut the program in 2006 when one of three remaining insurers withdrew.

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2 responses to “Universal Health Care Failed in Hawaii, bankrupting Tenn. & Mass., Insurance Exchange FAILED in California

  • sickntired

    Ha ha ha. And our Fed Gov’t thinks they can make this work for the entire country? Where are the voices of common sense in this administration?

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