On Monday, September 30th, I posted the beginning of this article regarding Barack Obama’s failure or refusal to address the issue of compromise and negotiating with all branches of government.
Obamacare, a debacle that has been forced down the American throat has only begun to impact healthcare and society in general. There are problems looming in the distance, and some that are already here. Let’s take a look at both.
Here’s what is already here:
- When you go to the doctor now, your out-of-pocket expense will be a shock to you. But it isn’t the doctor’s fault—it’s the new insurance regulations requiring your doctor to collect your co-pay and your deductible for the year. If your doctor doesn’t do it, he gets zero from the insurance company.
- You may not be approved for that procedure or test, based on what the insurance company says, which is regulated by your government. It is not your doctor’s decision any more.
- You not only are urged to buy health insurance, now you are required by law to do so and will be fined if you refuse.
- Obama promised that, “If you like your current insurance, you can keep it. If you like your current doctor, nothing will change.” This is not true. If your current plan is not “Obamacare compliant” it goes. If your doctor is not an approved Obamacare doctor, he’s out.
- Members of Congress and the President of the United States are exempt from the Obamacare regulations. They want no part of it.
- Obamacare is not affordable or sustainable, so it is costing jobs nationwide, which in itself is part of the plan to have a government dependent class. The democrats running the country are saying, “If you don’t like it, fine. You’re getting it anyway.”
What is coming:
- The government will regulate healthcare entirely as it phases in its controlling parameters. A third party will determine whether or not your healthcare will even be offered depending upon your health and age. In other words, if you have a slim chance of survival based on algorithms like those used for life insurance, you may not be worth the government’s investment when that money could help a sick child. Seem radical? Ask someone with cancer over the age of 65 right now.
- For those who can afford it as an option, Concierge medicine may become a thing of the past as moves are already in place to keep you from paying cash for what you need directly from your doctor. It’s all part of that take from the rich and give to the poor philosophy. They like to call it redistribution of wealth.
What can you do about it?
- This is the hard part—nothing, as far as stopping it. Those who voted this regime into office—twice—did it all. And not to be a doomsday speaker, but it is too late to stop the tyrannical machinery that is already in place. Obama and his cabinet have brought national bullying to a new low. This is a deal-breaker for America.
I do recommend that you become established with a physician of your choice, but don’t be surprised if they don’t know all of this already. The government does not have to pre-inform physicians of what is coming.
We know about it because we dig into the problems that accompany failure of insurance companies to pay us. If they don’t have the right billing staff and software, your doctor may not realize until it’s too late that they aren’t getting paid anymore. No one is required to tell them.