Interesting, considering the Deductible's most of us have, still going to hit the ER for medical issues, weather you walk in or come in via ambulance, still going to owe a thousand or two (At best)
Don't get me wrong everyone needs access to medical care. I just fail to see how ACA improves access or makes medical procedure's more affordable to the common man.
My first Real Job out of the military was Working @ Pomona Valley community hospital. I had there health plan. When I went into the Hospital I think the whole thing was 100$ out of pocket, and that was the end of it.
- Not for profit community Hospital, Regional Trauma Center.
Look where we are now. as one part of the population retires and the young are lets say not the healthiest generation to come along.
How much larger a percentage of income are we willing to fork out for health care, and even Insurance for health care.
My original point a very large percentage of the adult population has always worked, paid taxes, and filled out a short from every year Got refund.
This next Year, not so much
Lets just sit back and watch, watch for legislation that pushes the penalty down the road another year to get past NOV 2016