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The Obama Administration Should Disclose Legal Risks of Losing Coverage to Obamacare Applicants | Health Policy Blog | NCPA.org

download (22)The Obama Administration is neglecting to inform people of this risk. A privately owned corporation is obliged to disclose the risks of pending litigation to interested parties. Apparently, this constraint does not apply to the federal government. Indeed, Team Obama is cheering the fact that millions of people are bailing into Obamacare exchanges, putting their health coverage at risk, and pretending that everything is going swimmingly.

This needs to change. The Administration needs to disclose fairly and fully on the exchange website the exact nature of the legal risk that people are taking when they apply for Obamacare coverage in one of the 36 states. And it needs to insure that “navigators” and others who are signing people up do so only after ensuring that applicants have given their informed consent to this risk.

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A primary care physician by training, my passion is researching and writing about the importance restoring patient centered care, supporting independent private physicians, promoting free-market solutions and seeking sustainable fiscal policy in healthcare.

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