Friday, January 15, 2010

Massachusetts Health Reform Not So Good

It seems that a ton of folks that supported the reform of health insurance in Massachusetts are coming to realize that it hasn't worked out too well. This article points out some of the problems post reform. Amazingly, it's a little like the smallish countries that have similar systems.

Residents of that state now pay the highest insurance premiums in the nation.
Exploding health care costs mean the state can't even pay hospitals enough
to cover the care given to patients.
Waiting lists are growing, particularly
in Boston, where some patients have to wait up to a year for routine visits to

Hmmm. This wasn't going to be the case at the inception. Sound familiar? Pelosi and Reid are preaching the same fibs.

Just an observation.


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